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Collision at Tullahoma Regional Airport: FAA Investigates; Talk of the Town Celebrates 40th Anniversary with Nostalgic Look Back.

BySamantha Nguyen

Mar 28, 2024
Collision between business jet and another plane occurs on Tullahoma Regional Airport runway

A Diamond DA-42 plane struck a Cessna Citation II business jet at the Tullahoma Regional Airport around 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, according to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The incident occurred while the business jet was taxiing on the runway.

The business jet had six people on board at the time of the collision, but no one was injured. The FAA is currently investigating the situation and has not released any further details yet. However, updates will be provided as soon as more information is obtained.

Meanwhile, Talk of the Town, a locally produced talk show, is celebrating its 40th anniversary. NewsChannel 5 employees have been learning about the station’s history and many iconic figures throughout the years such as Bob Lobertini, Chris Clark, Hope Hines and Oprah Winfrey. The show has become one of the longest-running talk shows produced locally in the country. Forrest Sanders, who leads Talk of the Town’s storytelling efforts, offers an entertaining and nostalgic look back at this popular program known as “TOTT”.

By Samantha Nguyen

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