Plane registered to Roy Halladay crashed into Gulf of Mexico: report

A plane registered to two-time Cy Young winner Roy Halladay crashed into the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday, according to a report from WTSP in Tampa.

One person was killed in the crash, but it is not immediately known if Halladay was piloting – or aboard – the plane, per the report.

The plane – described by WTSP as an ICON A5 light sport aircraft – went down 10 miles west of St. Petersburg around 1 p.m., the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office told the TV station.

A small plane crash in Pasco County, Flordia has left one dead. Plane is believed to be owned by former MLB star Roy Halladay.

A small plane crash in Pasco County, Flordia has left one dead. Plane is believed to be owned by former MLB star Roy Halladay.

(Sky 10)

The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office has called a 4:30 p.m. ET press conference in the case.

Halladay, an avid pilot, retweeted two videos on Nov. 4 with the ex-MLB ace flying friends around.

“I keep telling my dad flying the

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