4 dead after small plane crashes on Utah highway

A small plane crashed Wednesday on I-15 in Roy

A small plane crashed Wednesday on I-15 in Roy

The plane had departed from Ogden-Hinckley Airport on Runway 17 and crashed about a half a mile away from the airport, according to Allen Kenitzer, public information officer for the Federal Aviation Administration's northwest mountain region.

Pictures posted on Twitter showed that the plane missed passing cars on the freeway, and nearby drivers pulled over immediately and rushed to help.

One man, breathless, told dispatchers, "It was a little, small single engine plane, I don't see how anyone could have survived it".

According to the Standard-Examiner, Perry Huffaker was Ogden City's parks director.

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It happened just before 1 p.m. The crash closed most of Interstate 15 for more than eight hours after the afternoon crash, the Utah Highway Patrol said.

Police said there was a gap in the traffic on the highway when the plane crashed, so no one on the ground was hurt.

The Clarkes and Huffakers each leave behind four children.

Layne and Diana Clarke were traveling with friends Perry and Sarah Huffaker to Idaho for vacation. "This would be a place of peace and happiness".

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"This is going to be tough, but they'll make it. I have no doubt about that", the bishop said. He described Clark as a "conscious and safety oriented pilot".

At the time of the 2002 crash, the two brothers were then partners in a now-defunct gyroplane-building business building.

Bishop Steve Cottle, who knew both brothers, told the newspaper that the latest tragedy was "a big re-run".

"There are a lot of things right now that aren't making sense", said Cottle, a leader in the family's Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints congregation, told the Deseret News.

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