Plane Crash Victims Identified as 3 Calif. Families
Monday, March 23, 2009
The victims of a Montana plane crash were three California families traveling to the Yellowstone Club for a skiing vacation.
Bud Feldkamp, who leased the airplane that crashed Sunday in Butte, said he and his wife lost two daughters and their families, while club member Bob Ching and his wife lost a son and his family.
Buddy Feldkamp said the victims included his sisters Amy Jacobson of St. Helena, Calif., and Vanessa Pullen of Lodi, Calif. Jacobson's husband, Erin, and their children Taylor, 4; Ava, 3; Jude, 1, also died in the crash as did Pullen's husband, Michael, and their children Sydney, 9, and Christopher, 7.
Ching's son, Brent, of Durham, Calif., was killed in the crash along with his wife, Kristen and their children, Heyley, 5 and Caleb, 4.
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