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The four people killed in the crash have been publicly identified as Tyson Colby Brummett, 35, of Salt Lake City, who was identified as the pilot
Emergency teams reacted to a deadly plane crash in the American Fork Canyon on Friday morning.
According to the Utah District Sheriff’s Office, the plane landed on the Granite Flat campground just before 8:00 am between the Box Elder Summit north of the Alpine city and the Deer Creek and White Pines trails.
Three other Person died with Tyson Colby Brummett
UPDATE: Officials have identified the 4 people who died on Friday: Tyson Colby Brummett, 35, of Salt Lake City; Alex Blackhurst Ruegner, 35; Elaine W. Blackhurst, 60; and Douglas Robinson Blackhurst, 62, all of Riverton. https://t.co/q0p9xEpcCS
— KSL (@KSLcom) July 3, 2020
The victims on board were Tyson Colby Brummett, 35, from Salt Lake City; Alex Blackhurst Ruegner, 35, from Riverton; Alex’s aunt and uncle Elaine W. Blackhurst, 60, Riverton and her husband Douglas Robinson Blackhurst, 62, both are Riverton. They left South Valley Regional Airport in Western Jordan.
Tyson Colby Brummett Baseball Career
Brummett was a former professional baseball player who played with major league teams such as Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays.
“We looked at each other and realized that someone had a family … we had to do our best,” Gregg Rawlings, who witnessed the accident while walking with their two sons, said. “We took some of the places we saw as we went down and started walking towards these places.”
After marking where the plane fell, Rawlings and his sons walked to an area with cell intake and searched for 911. Later, all four people on the plane were killed.
All four bodies were taken to the office of the medical practice in Taylorsville.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation.
This breaking news and will continue to be updated as more information arrives.