Greenville Mountain, NY Private Plane Crash, Nov 1959
TWO MEN, BOY, KILLED AS PLANE CRASHES IN GREENVILLE MT.
NEAR PORT JERVIS.
Port Jervis, N. Y. (AP) -- A single engine plane crashed into the top of Greenville Mountain five miles east of here Saturday killing two men and a boy.
The dead were LOUIS LA BRUZZO, the pilot, of Nixon, N. J., WILLIAM BRADLEY, of New Market, N. J., and his 10-year-old son, GEORGE BRADLEY. State Police said BRUZZO was flying with a student pilot's license.
Residents of the area, near Greenville, an Orange County hamlet, said they heard the plane circle the mountain twice in fog and rain before it crashed. The aircraft broke in half. The two men died immediately and the boy soon after the crash.
The plane, which was owned by BRUZZO, had taken off from North Brunswick, N. J., airport and landed two hours later to refuel at Montgomery, N.Y. Thirty minutes after taking oil again, it crashed.
Oneonta Star New York 1959-11-02