Golf Course Safety No Big Concern

by The Editors on September 24, 2008

080923Planecrash1The City of Carlsbad says they have no problem with the location of The Crossings At Carlsbad Golf course even though two planes have crashed onto the property in the last 15 months, according to a story in the San Diego Union-Tribune.

“We still feel, and I think the airport plan still considers golf courses safe” for the area, city planning director Don Neu said. “The fact that we don’t have structures and large numbers of people in a small area is a benefit.”

Maybe they can just post a sign that encourages golfers to yell “Fore” whenever they see small planes falling from the sky.

Follow the link for a complete list of plane crashes at McClellan-Palomar Airport since 2002 (there have been seven).

[Link: San Diego Union-Tribune]

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