(L.A.) Alon Inditzky, 38, Died on a Hillside ✈️
Case Number: 2023-04749
Los Angeles County is reporting the death of a 38-year-old Hebrew male that occurred on a hillside.
The coroner’s office has identified the man as Alon Inditzky of Calabasas, California.
Manner of Death: Accident
Cause of Death: Multiple Blunt Force Trauma
RIP ALON INDITZKY (November 6, 1984 – April 29, 2023)
Death definitively pronounced at 11:45 p.m. on Saturday, Pacific time.
The decedent was the private pilot who died when his plane crashed in the Beverly Crest area due to fog. Inditzky appears to have received his U.S. pilot’s license in September 2019. He and his family are from Tel Aviv, Israel.
Crash site: 3045 Beverly Glen Circle, LA 90077
At around 8 p.m. Saturday, Air Traffic Control asked the LAFD to search the area after they lost radar contact with a small, single-engine aircraft believed to be traveling between Santa Monica Airport and Van Nuys Airport.
Dense fog and steep terrain prolonged the search, reducing visibility to about 50 feet / 15 meters. Four dozen firefighters on foot were able to find the aircraft several hours later.
Federal Aviation Administration air traffic controllers at the Van Nuys, Burbank Airport and Los Angeles International airports, as well as the United States Air Force and the pilot’s cellular telephone carrier, all assisted in locating the airplane.
We do not know if the decedent was injected with synthetic mRNA. 🥕🧁