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TULSA, Oklahoma (AP) – A relative says one of the people killed in Sunday’s small plane crash near the Tulsa suburb of Collinsville was a retired doctor who lived in Kansas.
Rod Marshall says that his twin brother, Ronald Marshall, was aboard the plane with another passenger when it crashed.
Rod Marshall says his brother was a retired gynecologist who lived in Manhattan, Kansas. Federal records show the plane was registered to Ronald Marshall out of DeWitt, Nebraska, where he owned land.
A second passenger, Chris Gruber, was identified earlier by officials at Kansas State University.
The Federal Aviation Administration says the single-engine aircraft departed Tulsa around 5:50 p.m. Sunday en route to Manhattan. The plane crashed inside the city limits of Collinsville, about 30 minutes northeast of Tulsa, Oklahoma.