CHANUTE, Kan. — Two Oklahomans were among four men killed Friday in a fiery plane crash in southeastern Kansas.
Three men who graduated from Oral Roberts University last week were among the dead, and all five people involved in the crash had connections to the Tulsa university, the Tulsa World reported.
Garrett V. Coble, 29, of Tulsa, was killed when the 1991 fixed-
Austin G. Anderson, 27, of Ringwood, survived the crash but died about 5:30 a.m. Saturday at a hospital in Wichita, Kan.
The plane crashed just after 4:30 p.m. Friday. The aircraft was westbound when it landed in a field and skidded 200 feet, according to the patrol's crash log. The plane then hit a tree line, caught fire and spun around.
Also killed was the pilot, Luke F. Sheets, 23, of Ephraim, Wis., and Stephen J. Luth, 22, of Muscatine, Iowa.
Hannah Luce, 22, of Golden Valley, Texas, was taken to the University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City, where she was listed in serious condition.
Sheets, Luth and Anderson graduated from Oral Roberts on May 5, and Luce was a previous graduate, the Tulsa World reported.
Coble, an assistant professor of marketing at Northeastern State University-
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