Parts of the engine from the Marshall University football team plane are scattered in the woods after the crash at the Tri-State Airport in Kenova, W.Va. on Nov. 14, 1970. The crash killed 75 people including players, coaches, administrators and fans.
Parts of the engine from the Marshall University football team plane are scattered in the woods after the crash at the Tri-State Airport in Kenova, W.Va. on Nov. 14, 1970. The crash killed 75 people including players, coaches, administrators and fans. Associated Press File photo
Parts of the engine from the Marshall University football team plane are scattered in the woods after the crash at the Tri-State Airport in Kenova, W.Va. on Nov. 14, 1970. The crash killed 75 people including players, coaches, administrators and fans. Associated Press File photo

From the ashes: The 1970 Wichita State and Marshall football tragedies

March 12, 2018 02:28 PM