Two Killed in Plane Crash at Dayton Air Show
(DAYTON, Ohio) -- Two people were killed in a plane crash at the Dayton Air Show Saturday afternoon.
Officials have not revealed the names of the victims, but Jane Wicker was performing a wing walking stunt when the plane crashed.
Emergency crews arrived at the scene shortly afterwards, but were unable to save the victims, according to ABC affiliate WKEF. Nobody on the ground was injured in the crash.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating the crash, and will give their findings over to the FAA.
The rest of Saturday's show was canceled, but the show will resume Sunday as scheduled.
The last fatal air crash at the Dayton Air Show was in 2007.
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