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Martin B-26 Marauder #40-1475, Crashed into Keller Peak December 30, 1941, No survivors

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Published on Jul 29, 2012

Crash Site Visitation. Martin B-26 Marauder 40-1475. On 30, December 1941, 2nd LT Frank A. Kobal and his crew took off from Muroc CA, at 1620 to fly a contact mission to the gunnery range, then to March Field CA. There was weather in the Cajon Pass up to 8,000 feet. The aircraft was on top of the clouds, but at some point entered the clouds, turned about 45 degrees from course, and crashed into Keller Peak near Snow Valley, at approximately 1642 local time. The aircraft was destroyed, and there were no survivors.
Video of volunteer, Tony Dam at the Keller Peak Fire Lookout Tower.
Video camera: Canon Vixia HF R200 Bruce Guberman

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