Fundraising accounts created for victims of Iron County plane crash
SALT LAKE CITY — The family and friends of the four people killed in an Iron County plane crash have set up GoFundMe accounts to help pay for funeral expenses.
And an investigation into the crash continues.
The day after the crash, the Iron County Sheriff’s Office identified Steven Eatchel, his wife Lindsay Eatchel, his brother Thomas Eatchel, and Thomas’s girlfriend Danielle De Agostini as the four passengers killed.
Steven Eatchel was a deputy with the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputy Eatchel was actually currently assigned in our Judicial Services bureau working in the Courts. Sorry for the error in the original Tweet. https://t.co/SR3xCeg8q8
— Utah County Sheriff (@UCSO) April 25, 2022
The Iron County Sheriff’s Office said it was working with the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation and Safety Board to investigate the cause of the crash.
The plane took off on April 23 for a sightseeing tour of Zion National Park. The plane crashed minutes after taking off from the Cedar City airport.
KSL NewsRadio does not assure that the money deposited to the account directly benefits the persons named as beneficiaries. If you are considering a deposit to the account, you should consult your own advisers and otherwise proceed at your own risk.
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