LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Following a plane crash on Sunday that left 4 people dead, three of them have been identified.
The Federal Aviation Administration said that a single-engine Piper PA-46 and a single-engine Cessna 172 collided in the traffic pattern at North Las Vegas Airport around noon local time Sunday.
Preliminary information by officials indicate that the Piper PA-46 was preparing to land when it collided with the Cessna 172. The Piper crashed into a field east of Runway 30-Right and the Cessna fell into a water retention pond.
Two people were aboard each aircraft.
The Clark County Coroner/Medical Examiner’s Office released the names of two more victims: 82-year-old Donald Stuart Goldberg and 76-year-old Carol Ann Scanlon. Both deaths were ruled accidental and due to blunt force trauma.