Feras M. Feitekh has been identified as the 28-year-old trainee pilot of a Piper PA 34 airplane who crashed into the streets of Connecticut, killing himself in the process and injuring three others. The co-pilot/instructor is remarkably alive, although he has serious burns and was taken to Bridgeport Hospital. He’s expected to surive, thankfully. When he was questioned about the crash by investigators, the pilot told them he believed Feras did it intentionally.
The FBI is currently investigating the scene, along with help from State Police, and the state counter-terrorism task force.
The student pilot came from Jordan to the United States via an M1 visa to attend flight school. Feras had been granted a single-engine plane license, but the Piper PA 34 he was piloting is a twin-engine plane. You can read more about Feras and the plane crash in the link below.
Feras Feitekh Photos
Here are the photos and pictures from the scene of the crash.