Avro Anson T. Mk.20 VM418 of No.1 ITS, Jurby crashed on Clagh Ouyr near Ramsey on the 6th September 1953
|Francis Richard Worthington||Group Captain||Pilot||Killed|
|George Arthur Richmond||Group Captain||Passenger||Killed|
|Francis James Fenton||Wing Commander||Passenger||Killed|
|Roy Patrick Charter BEM||Squadron Leader||Passenger||Killed|
The aircraft was the Jurby station flight and communications aircraft. On the 6th September the Station O.C. Group Captain Francis Richard Worthington took off in the aircraft and headed for Millom in Cumbria. There he met Group Captain George Arthur Richmond who was to take over from Grp. Capt. Worthington as Officer Commanding at Jurby, also with him were Wing Commander Francis James Fenton and Squadron Leader Roy Patrick Charters.
All four boarded VM418 for the return flight to Jurby which should have taken about 35 minutes. The aircraft was reported overdue at 13:40, an hour after it had left Millom. The following day the aircraft was located on Clagh Ouyr, all four on board had been killed in the crash and the aircraft completely destroyed.