Texas Department of Public Safety reveals that a pilot tragically loses his life in an air crash near Sherman, Texas.

A tragic accident outside of Sherman in Texas claimed the life of a pilot. The Texas Department of Public Safety has confirmed the tragic event that brought grief to the locality. Witnesses were left in shock and disbelief by the unexpected crash. Names of pilots and details of the crash were not released immediately, because authorities were still in the process to notify the next of kin. This incident is a reminder to the dangers of aviation and the courage of those who devote their lives flying.

Dallas-Fort Worth residents and aviation enthusiasts mourn the death of the pilot. Local media spread the news quickly, and people from across the area expressed their condolences. The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating the crash in order to determine what caused it and bring closure to the pilot and his family, as well as the aviation industry. The tragedy is a reminder to the aviation community of the importance and necessity of safety measures.

According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, the pilot and owner of an airplane crashed into a field near Sherman Saturday.

About 9:40 in the morning, there was a 1969 Piper Twin Comanche Initial reports indicate that the aircraft took off and crashed landed at Aero County Airport, McKinney.

In a press release, the Federal Aviation Administration stated that the plane had crashed in a Grayson County farm.

Paul Edward McBride was identified by Dallas police as the pilot. The pilot was declared dead on the spot.

The department stated that the FAA, and National Transportation Safety Board took over the investigation. The FAA stated in a press release that the only person aboard the plane at the time was the pilot.

Both the agency and NTSB will conduct an investigation.