Air show crash victim identified as former Utah resident
DALLAS — A former Utah resident is among the six victims of a deadly air show crash involving two vintage planes in Texas.
The planes collided during a “Wings Over Dallas” show on Saturday afternoon.
BREAKING: Two vintage warplanes have collided and crashed at an air show in Dallas, the FAA said. Details on any possible casualties are not yet known. https://t.co/iXnqchvX3O
— The Associated Press (@AP) November 12, 2022
Among those killed in the air show crash is Dan Ragan, who lived in Utah for years.
The Commemorative Air Force Utah Wing confirms in a message to KSL that they are mourning the tragic incident.
Ragan was interviewed 11 years ago by the Deseret News about his time in the Navy and as a former B-17 crewmember.
He flew in a specially modified B-17. He told the paper at the time that it was his dream to fly the same plane as his older brother.
According to The Commemorative Air Force, Terry Barker, Craig Hutain, Kevin “K5” Michels, Leonard “Len” Root, and Curt Rowe died in the crash as well.
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