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NTSB: 2 dead in Collinsville plane crash; K-State says employee Chris Gruber was aboard plane
10:24 AM, Apr 8, 2013
6:34 AM, Apr 9, 2013
COLLINSVILLE, Okla. - Two people died Sunday when the small plane on which they were flying crashed in downtown Collinsville.
Lynn Lunsford, FAA spokesman, said Sunday the single-engine Mooney departed from Tulsa International Airport not long before it went down in the backyard of a vacant house. The plane was en route to Manhattan, Kan.
Officials with Kansas State University tell 2NEWS one of the victims was Chris Gruber, director of development for the College of Veterinary Medicine.
The second victim has been identified as Ronald Marshall, a retired doctor from Manhattan, Kan. and the plane's registered owner. Marshall's twin brother, Ronald, told the
Omaha World-Herald his brother was aboard the plane with another passenger when it crashed.