Roy Halladay Crash Report

Dangerously Close to Homes

Roy Halladay was flying dangerously close to homes — and making wild turns and adjustments in altitude — moments before his fatal crash … this according to the NTSB.

The National Transportation Safety Board released the preliminary report regarding the Nov. 7 crash in Florida that killed the former MLB pitcher.

GPS data obtained from the plane shows Halladay was climbing and diving around the crash site — and at one point, flew “as close as 75 feet to the Gulf Harbor South Beach houses.”


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