Victims ID’d in Arkansas Plane Crash

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The names have been released of the victims in a Wednesday evening plane crash in Jefferson County, Arkansas.

A news release issued Thursday by the Arkansas State Police (ASP) says a Polk County man died when the aircraft he was piloting went down in a wooded area near the Grant County line.

He’s been identified as Phillip Sloan, 66, of Mena. A passenger in the aircraft survived. The ASP says Ross Goodner, 19, of Boles (Scott County) was injured in the crash and taken from the scene by ambulance to a Pine Bluff hospital.

ASP troopers were dispatched to the scene on a call of a downed aircraft at about 5 p.m. Wednesday. The initial report indicated the aircraft was a small single-engine plane.

The Arkansas State Police secured the crash scene, which is located inside a clear-cut area of the timberland.

The Federal Aviation Administration will coordinate the investigation to determine the cause of the crash.

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