American plane disappears from radar over Gulf of Mexico

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KJRH reports that "the FAA says a single-engine plane lost out of Oklahoma City was last tracked in the Gulf of Mexico; U.S. Coast Guard confirms it has sent out aircraft to do a search 150 nautical miles off the coast". I was out [at] a public restaurant.

High-profile doctor Bill Kinsinger was headed to the Austin, Texas area when his plane veered off course and started flying over the Gulf of Mexico.

Besides being an anesthesiologist, Smith said Dr. Kinsinger helps with local animal rescue organizations.

"Tim had Down syndrome and lived with us until he was 37 and then diagnosed with a brain tumor", Kinsinger said.

"Bill also flew for another rescue and so he was flying, you know, a few dogs or maybe two to 10 dogs at a time possibly", Smith said.

"We're still holding out hope that he will be found, and that a miracle will happen and we'll be able to hear the great news", she said.

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Blackburn said he earlier planned to transport the dog later in the week, but said Kinsinger volunteered to do it on Wednesday.

He's been doing it for years and his reason behind it was noble - for his brother.

The Coast Guard identified the pilot as Bill Kinsinger. Hypoxia refers to a lack of oxygen, which could happen if the plane was not sealed properly or did not have emergency oxygen. It can cause confusion, nausea and breathlessness.

"It's hard looking at what we are facing, but we are holding out hope", she said.

Coast Guard search teams from Corpus Christi's sector have been dispatched to search for a missing aircraft Thursday night. They are continuing the search for his missing aircraft in the Gulf of Mexico.