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Update: Authorities identify victims in West Jordan plane crash

Update: 1:20 p.m. Monday July 27, 2020 

WEST JORDAN, Utah — The woman, Mary Quintana, 72, who was home when a small plane crashed into her house in West Jordan has died from her injuries, according to police. 

West Jordan Police Department confirms three are dead after a plane crash Saturday afternoon. 

The names of the victims and their conditions were released by the West Jordan Police Department on Sunday via Twitter.

The pilot was a 43-year-old named Lee Wyckoff who died in the crash as did nine-month-old Coral Wyckoff and 36-year-old Milda Shibonis.

Rebecca Wyckoff, 36,  is reported being in critical condition. 

They said in the tweet that two-year-old Cody Mitchell received critical burns on his arms and legs.

12-year-old Veda Sheperd walked away from the crash, they said. 

 

Sgt. J.C. Holt reported out of the six passengers on the plane, two adults and one child — a 9-month-old infant — died. The other three victims survived, with one adult female in critical condition and one 2-year-old male in stable condition. 

 

It’s unclear what the exact condition of the other child on board is, although it’s confirmed they survived. 

Sgt. Holt said one of the children was treated and released from a hospital Saturday. 

 

Earlier today: Emergency responders are on the scene of a plane crash near the Jordan Landing shopping center in West Jordan. 

According to West Jordan Polie Officer Jennifer Worthen, the plane took off from South Valley Regional Airport.

She said that there were six people on board the aircraft and one person in the house at the time of the crash. 

Three homes have reportedly been damaged and the area will continue to be cleared for several hours while investigations by the FAA and others are still ongoing.

The plane crash was reported near 8691 S. 3780 W. in West Jordan, which is slightly south of the South Valley Regional Airport

The airport, the smaller of the two air fields in the region, hosts a lot of small aircraft as well as the Utah National Guard Army Aviation Support Facility. 

This story is developing and will be updated.