Leslie Csanyi Jr. , Scott Robert Lowrie Died in plane crash, Wiki, Bio, Age, cause of plane crash & More Facts

Leslie Csanyi Jr. Wiki

The owner of a business in Rowan County and a man who works with him have now been identified as the victims of the deadly plane crash that occurred in Atlanta on Wednesday. Leslie Csanyi Jr. owner of CMW Manufacturing on Speedway Boulevard in Salisbury was the pilot of the Piper PA-28 that crashed into a townhome on Wednesday morning. His passenger was identified as 60-year-old Scott Robert Lowrie, also of N.C.

Leslie Csanyi Jr. & Scott Robert Lowrie Introduction

Both Csanyi and Lowrie lived in Salisbury, located about 45 miles northwest of Charlotte, the Salisbury Post reported. Csanyi owned CMW Manufacturing LLC in Salisbury, and Lowrie was president and general manager of the company, the newspaper reported.

Leslie Csanyi Jr. Age

Leslie Csanyi Jr. age is 59-year-old

Scott Robert Lowrie Wiki Died along with Leslie Csanyi Jr.

DeKalb County officials on Thursday said 59-year-old Leslie Csanyi and 60-year-old Scott Robert Lowrie both lived in Salisbury, North Carolina, the plane’s intended destination. Both were killed at the spot on Wednesday morning shortly after takeoff from Peachtree-DeKalb Airport. Csanyi was piloting the single-engine Piper-28, which slammed into the top floor of a townhouse, near I-85 and Clairmont Road.

The plane crashed while by Pilot Leslie Csanyi Jr

The two were aboard a Piper PA-28 plane that crashed shortly after taking off from DeKalb-Peachtree Airport.

Federal Aviation Administration records show Csanyi had a commercial pilot’s license. North Carolina public records show Csanyi was the president of LGC Consulting, which served manufacturers.

Cause of Piper PA-28 Plane Crash

The cause of the crash had not been determined late Thursday. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating.

Which company will take the wreckage

Crews were working to recover wreckage from the crash Thursday. Atlanta Air Recovery, a salvage company, will take all of the wreckage down to the Griffin-Spalding County Airport, about 45 miles south of Atlanta, Channel 2 Action News reported. There, the NTSB will reconstruct the plane to determine the cause of the crash.

Complex building damage

No one was inside the complex building at the time of the crash, and no other injuries were reported, according to DeKalb fire Capt. Dion Bentley. Six units were deemed unsafe due to structural damage and fuel vapors.