Small craft headed from Kansas City to Frederick crashed Saturday night
A single-engine Cessna with a tail series N761YZ crashed in a heavily wooded area in southern Indiana.
Via Indiana State Police
This story was updated during 5:25 p.m. Dec. 19.
A medical highbrow during a Bethesda university, his daughter and his crony died Saturday in a tiny craft pile-up in southern Indiana, according to a school.
Dr. Louis R. Cantilena Jr. was drifting in a single-engine Cessna from Kansas City, Missouri, to Frederick with his daughter, Amy Cantilena, and crony Paul F. Schuda when a craft crashed in a heavily wooded area in Franklin County, Indiana.
Cantilena was in Kansas City picking adult his daughter, who was an M.D. and Ph.D. student, from medical school, pronounced Sharon Holland, a emissary clamp boss for outmost affairs during Uniformed Services University of a Health Sciences, where Cantilena taught.
Cantilena was a highbrow of medicine and pharmacology during a school, that is a sovereign health scholarship university on Jones Bridge Road. Holland pronounced he was famous as an general consultant in clinical pharmacology and toxicology and took caring of patients during Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
“He was intensely good respected, really good favourite and admired,” she said. “And he will be severely missed by everybody here during a university.”
Schuda was executive of a National Transportation Safety Board Training Center during Ashburn, Virginia, according to a Civil Air Patrol. He before worked during a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Policy and Special Projects and as a highbrow during a University of Maryland, College Park. Both Schuda and Cantilena were members of a Civil Air Patrol.
The Civil Air Patrol reported that Louis Cantilena owned a craft and was drifting it during a time of a crash.
Indiana State Police strictly expelled a victims’ identities, ages and hometowns on Tuesday afternoon on Twitter. They pronounced Louis Cantilena, a pilot, was 63 years aged and lived in Potomac. Schuda, 65, lived in Arlington, Virginia. Amy Cantilena was 31 and also from Potomac.
A dog also was killed in a crash, according to Indiana State Police. Another dog survived a pile-up and was found during a circuitously residence.