San Francisco News
SFO employee killed in crash with small plane
SAN FRANCISCO -- A worker at San Francisco International Airport was killed early Saturday morning in a vehicle collision with a small aircraft, according to an airport duty manager.
The crash involving a car and a small airplane occurred at the airport around 5:30 a.m. Saturday, the airport duty manager said.
The worker, a man who worked for airline services company PrimeFlight, was killed in the collision.
No one from PrimeFlight was available for comment this morning, and no further details were immediately available.
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