Real World Police Idaho: Plane Crash in Rexburg (September, 2018)

On September 1, 2018 a Piper PA-12 Super Cruiser experienced a runway overrun and subsequent impact with airport fencing upon landing at Rexburg-Madison County Airport (KRXE), Rexburg, Idaho.

The tailwheel equipped airplane came to rest inverted on adjacent golf course terrain, sustaining substantial damage, and there were no reported injuries to the three occupants onboard.

This video provides a comprehensive picture of the police emergency response to the accident.

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33 thoughts on “Real World Police Idaho: Plane Crash in Rexburg (September, 2018)

  1. Wouldn’t they wanna ask permission before crossing an active runway like that? I realize it’s a pretty small and likely uncontrolled airport but you’d think we’d have heard some radio traffic that indicated any aircraft in the area were aware there’d been a crash and that police were crossing and hanging out near the runway, also they would wanna close the airport to traffic as well, atleast while the folks were hanging around the airport.

    I know it’s unlikely but it would’ve been horrible for an unaware pilot to be taking off at the moment those police cars crossed the runway, if a small propellor driven aircraft or God forbid a bigger one with turboprops happened to contact one of the cars it wouldn’t be pretty.

  2. It is a good thing that the NTSB does need to do much here! With all the people walking around so much that if it was something that really needed to be investigated much of the evidence is distorted by all the people.

  3. Why are these cops endangering the public by driving like maniacs to get to a non-injury plane mishap?
    They cannot provide emergency medical assistance or transportation and they are not trained (or even allowed) to investigate aircraft accidents.

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