The CEO of a finance firm was killed along with three others when a small plane he was flying crashed in Georgia shortly after takeoff.
Jonathan Rosen, 47, chief executive of InterAir Global Companies, was the pilot of the single-engine Cessna P210N when it landed at DeCallab-Pechatri Airport on Friday afternoon and caught fire. Atlanta’s Fox 5. Is informed.
No passengers survived the crash.
The victims were identified as Rosen, a 14-year-old relative, a teenage friend and another family friend.
The video shows the planes burning down the plane while witnesses look frightened.
“It crashed, and I don’t know if it was just a difficult landing, but it overturned and then caught fire,” photographer Keith Berry, who witnessed the crash, told the outlet.
“It happened very fast. And the fire, it turned and went up in smoke and flames for a second.
No motive has been identified for the crash.
The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board have launched an investigation.