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  Plane Crashes Into Building Near Mid-Continent Airport  

This story originally aired on 10/30/14.

A small plane crashed into a building near Mid-Continent Airport in Wichita. Four are reported to have been killed and several injured.  

http://kmuw.org/post/update-plane-crashes-building-near-mid-continent-airport

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UPDATE 11-28-14

A date has been set for a benefit to help aid the children of Letitia "Tish" Davis. It will take place at Kirby's Beer Store on Sunday, December 7. The event will include a live auction, bands, food trucks and more.

UPDATE 11-26-14-

(AP)  A man accused of raping and setting a Kansas woman on fire at a Wichita park was charged Wednesday in the death of the mother of four.

Deborah Shaar

NPR audio update at 5:00pm:

Four people died this morning as the result of a fiery crash at Mid-Continent Airport. Aileen LeBlanc from member station KMUW reports. 

KMUW audio update at 3:52pm:

Four people were killed this morning when a small plane crashed into a building near the Mid-Continent Airport. KMUW's Aileen LeBlanc reports.

  

Updated at 10:49am on 10/30/14:

Abigail Wilson

Update - 11/02/14 

All four victims' bodies have been recovered from the crash site.

Update at 11:10am on 11/01/14

AP has reported that authorities have removed the bodies of three victims from the Wichita flight training facility damaged in Thursday's small plane crash, as well as the cockpit voice recorder. Their names have not been released.

Update at 5:36pm on 10/31/14

Deborah Shaar

Update at 11:44 on 10/31/14

The NTSB has begun its work to recover the victims of the crash. 

NPR audio update at 5:00pm:

Four people died this morning as the result of a fiery crash at Mid-Continent Airport. Aileen LeBlanc from member station KMUW reports. 

KMUW audio update at 3:52pm:

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