The final report issued last month on the July 27, 2014, airplane accident that claimed two lives on Venice Beach doesn’t answer the question on everyone’s mind then: Why?
On that day, the report states, pilot Karl Kokomoor decided to take his single-engine 1976 Piper Cherokee up after not flying it for about three and a half months. The plane had been hangared the whole time at Buchan Airport, in Englewood, and its most recent annual inspection had been in February.
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