FREDERICKSBURG, Va - Officials say the six people who died in a small plane crash in Virginia were from all over the place, including, Indiana, Kentucky and Germany and that three of the six were teenagers.
Virginia State Police say the pilot of the 1969 Beech 95-B55 twin-engine, fixed-wing aircraft was 64-year-old William C. Hamerstadt of Carmel, Indiana. Police say one of the passengers, 73-year-old Robert D. Ross of Louisville, Kentucky, was the owner of the plane.
Also onboard were 52-year-old Lisa K. Borinstein; her two children, 19-year-old Luke J. Borinstein and 15-year-old Emma R. Borinstein of Shelbyville, Indiana; and 15-year-old Maren Timmermann of Berlin, Germany.
Officials say the plane took off from Louisville on Friday morning and stopped in Shelbyville. It crashed into trees after aborting its landing at Shannon Airport near Fredericksburg, Virginia. Official time of the crash was 12:24 p.m.