News: Greenville man killed when plane crashes into Columbia home
Published on January 16th, 2021
The crash occurred in the 2900 block of Kennedy Street at about 10:40 a.m. on January 13, after a Beechcraft BE-33 took off from an airport in Greenville. The small plane collided with the home, causing the structure to catch fire.
62-year-old Greenville man Farhad Rostampour, the CEO of ETT Environmental, Inc., was killed in the collision.
Both the plane and the house sustained severe damage as a result of the accident.
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