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  • Plane crash in Atchison County claims two lives

    Two people died when a World War II P-51 Mustang crashed in Atchison County Sunday, one day after the Amelia Earhart Festival ended. Longtime pilot Vlado Lenoch, 64, of Burr Ridge, Ill., and his passenger, Bethany Root, manager of the Amelia Earhart Memorial Airport in Atchison, died at the scene, officials said.

Two people died when a World War II P-51 Mustang crashed in Atchison County Sunday, one day after the Amelia Earhart Festival ended. Longtime pilot Vlado Lenoch, 64, of Burr Ridge, Ill., and his passenger, Bethany Root, manager of the Amelia Earhart Memorial Airport in Atchison, died at the scene, officials said. Allison Long and Matt Campbell The Kansas City Star
Two people died when a World War II P-51 Mustang crashed in Atchison County Sunday, one day after the Amelia Earhart Festival ended. Longtime pilot Vlado Lenoch, 64, of Burr Ridge, Ill., and his passenger, Bethany Root, manager of the Amelia Earhart Memorial Airport in Atchison, died at the scene, officials said. Allison Long and Matt Campbell The Kansas City Star

Airshow pilot, airport manager die in Atchison County plane crash

July 16, 2017 4:02 PM