The occupants of a plane headed for Maine that crashed in Western Massachusetts Tuesday were residents of Maryland heading to Maine, according to press reports.

The single-engine Cessna 172 Skyhawk crashed in the town of Orange after refueling. The pilot and his passenger, men from Ellicott City, Maryland, were headed to Maine for a vacation, the Boston Globe said quoting the pilot’s wife.

The newspaper said the men killed were the owner, Jack A. Johnson and a friend, Jay Jaso.
 


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