The authorities said Wednesday that the two people who were killed in a plane crash in Sioux Falls, SD, were a local couple who were known for their philanthropy and commitment to the church is known.
The examining magistrate in Minnehaha County clearly identified Vaughn and JoAnn Meyer (both 68) as the only two victims of the plane crash, KSFY-TV reported.
According to reports, the couple was heading towards the airport of Sioux Falls crashed plane The authorities do not know who controlled the plane.
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. Jill Onesti, one of the Meyers daughters, told the newspaper that her parents would return home to visit her in Grand Rapids, Michigan on her birthday. She said her parents' commitment to the church and service to God were the "foundation" of her life.
"If the church had a need, they would fulfill it," Onesti said.
The Meyers were well too. known for their philanthropy, the Argus leader reported. Earlier this year, the Lutheran School in Sioux Falls said that after the couple, a new 400-seat chapel and performing arts center will be named for their $ 1
Federal Aviation Administration records cited by the Associated Press indicate that Vaughn Meyer was a retired plastic surgeon who received his pilot's license in 2010
The plane crashed into the backyards of four homes in Sioux around 5pm on Christmas Day If. The accident caused considerable damage to two houses, but nobody on the ground had been injured.
Plane crash in the residential area of South Dakota, killing 2 people, POLICE SAY
Fire Rescue Division Chief Steve Fessler said the firefighters could damage the fire that resulted from the crash within 10 Minutes "tear down". The residents of two of the four houses that had been evacuated after the crash had not returned to their homes on Wednesday afternoon.
Debris from the rubble on Tuesday is several blocks away, police officer Loren McManus said. He asked that anyone who encounters mechanical debris or "biological debris" can call 911 for officials to handle.
A company commissioned by the National Transportation Safety Board visited Sioux Falls on Wednesday to investigate the crash scene. The police said the investigation could take a few days.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.