Small Plane Crashes in Tennessee: No Survivors Found
A small Gulfstream 690C plane left from Great Bend Municipal Airport located in Great Bend, KS at 2:45 in the afternoon on February 3, 2014. It crashed ten miles away from its destination, John C. Tune Airport, in suburban Nashville, TN around 5:00 in the evening.
About the Tennessee Plane Accident
According to FOX News, the four passengers on the plane were of the same family – all died in the accident. They have been identified as Glenn Mull, 62, Elaine Mull, 63, Amy Harter, 40, and Sami Harter, 16.
Glenn Mull was the owner of Mid-Kansas Agri Co. and Mulls Farms and Feeding.
The plane crashed near the YMCA in Bellevue, TN. Although no person on the ground near the plane was injured, the crash did damage cars in the parking lot.
Details of the Fatal Plane Crash
- The crash occurred during peak hours at the YMCA, narrolwy avoiding the gyms indoor pool.
- The YMCA was evacuated at time of the accident and no patrons were injured, according to an YCMA spokesperson.
- The plane is reported to be owned by an agricultural company located outside Great Bend, KS.
- The plane had missed first approach to John C. Tune Airport and was preparing to make the second when it crashed – debris was spread out over an area exceeding 80 yards.