However, Kupiec could have seen the Cessna 172 before the collision. He was "within about 6 degrees of its left view angle," the report said.
Online: To read the report from the National Transportation Safety Board, go to and enter the crash date and departure city -- 2/8/2006 and El Cajon -- to search the database.
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