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KS Family Dies in Plane Crash in FL Swamp
A tragic end for a Kansas family, known for its good deeds. The family was killed in a plane crash in Florida.
FOX News Radio’s Sal Giangrasso reports:
A family of six from Kansas died in a central Florida plane crash going down in a swampy area. The plane apparently breaking apart in mid-air.
(Eyewitness) “Pieces of the plane were like breaking off, but that’s the last thing I saw.”
(Eyewitness) “We looked at it and it was just like wobbling back and forth. And then it just started like tail diving down. And then it got behind the trees and we ran home.”
The plane was piloted by businessman Ron Bramlage, whose wife and their four children were also killed. The family was known in Junction City for its charitable work.
Sal Giangrasso, FOX News Radio.
Editor’s Note: Junction City Mayor Pat Landes says the couple supported many local projects and provided college scholarships.