Gerrit Evensen, 28, Heather Riley, 27, Dean Hutton and Alexis Aaron killed in plane crash near Kunia, Hawaii

Modified Date: 
Sat, 08/12/2017 - 7:12am
Accident Date: 
Saturday, July 29, 2017

Four bodies recovered after Hawaii plane crash

The plane, a 1969 Beech 19A, had taken off Friday evening from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport but was not reported missing until around 10 a.m. Saturday, the report said.

Pilot's uncle says plane in Hawaii crash had engine troubles

The last time Hutton flew the same rental plane, it lost all power and communications, Scott Potwin, Hutton's uncle said. Hutton was an experienced pilot with over 170 hours of flying time, Potwin said.   

4 bodies found at wreckage of small plane in Hawaii

According the Federal Aviation Administration’s registration site, the plane was owned by John P. Mueller. He did not return calls seeking comments.     

Family, Friends Remember Folly Beach Surfer, Pilot Killed in Hawaii Plane Crash

A large gathering of family, friends, and flowers filled a corner of Folly Beach on Tuesday night. They shared stories about an adventurer who spent years in the water with a surfboard.   

Celebration of life held for Kunia plane crash victims

Family and friends gathered at Magic Island Friday to remember the four who died in last month's plane crash in Kunia.

People Involved: 
Gerrit Evensen
Heather Riley
Dean Hutton
Alexis Aaron

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