One Killed In Northern Kentucky Plane Crash

VERONA, Ky. (AP) - The pilot of a single-engine plane that
crashed in northern Kentucky, killing another man, has been
The Cincinnati Enquirer says the pilot, who suffered burns over
much of his body, was Rod Tarter.
Meanwhile, a relative says the 22-year-old man who was killed
was attending a rehearsal dinner for his brother's wedding when he
was took a ride in the plane. He was identified as Evan Ryan of
Sheriff's officials told The Cincinnati Enquirer that the plane
crashed at about 3:30 p.m. EDT in southern Boone County. The
newspaper says the site is near a private airstrip owned by a
member of the Ryan family, which had gathered at the nearby farm.
Sister of the bride Donna Evans says the groom's brother died,
and the pilot, who was not a family member, was severely injured.
The newspaper reported that Tarter, the pilot, was flown to
University Hospital in Cincinnati for treatment, but his condition
isn't available tonight.

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