Tragic Plane Crash Claims Life of Pilot in Iredell County

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – A tragic plane crash in Iredell County has claimed the life of the pilot, Randy Mysliviec of Mooresville. On Sunday, December 31, at around 12:15 p.m., the NC State Highway Patrol responded to the crash near Adrian Lane. Witnesses reported that a single-engine plane attempting to land at Lake Norman Airport struck several trees before crashing into an abandoned house site.

The pilot, Randy Mysliviec, was rushed to Lake Norman Regional Medical Center where he later succumbed to his injuries. The North Carolina State Highway Patrol secured the scene as the FAA prepares to conduct a thorough investigation into the cause of the crash.

This tragic incident has left the local community in shock and mourning as they reflect on the loss of Randy Mysliviec, who was an experienced pilot and well-respected member of the community. Authorities are working diligently to uncover the circumstances surrounding the crash to provide closure for the family and the community.

The FAA’s investigation will shed light on the sequence of events that led to the crash, providing crucial information to prevent similar incidents in the future. In the meantime, friends and community members have come together to offer support and comfort to those affected by this devastating loss.

The crash has left many unanswered questions and a deep sense of sorrow in Iredell County. The community mourns the loss of Randy Mysliviec, a beloved pilot and resident of Mooresville, and awaits the findings of the FAA investigation to bring closure to this tragic event.