The two-airplane crash in Idaho that injured two Roseburg men and killed a 2-year-old boy occurred without warning, one of the pilots said Monday. “I didn’t see the other plane or hear them on the radio, and they didn’t see us,” said Chris Jordan, 39, of Roseburg. “I knew from reading, people don’t survive midair collisions. I thought I was going to die.” Jordan was landing a single-engine Piper Tri-Pacer on Friday at the Johnson Creek Airport, a back-country airstrip near Yellow Pine in western Idaho. A twin-engine Beechcraft Baron also heading for a landing came down on top of …
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