Jeffrey Weiss, Stuart Kensinger, Angela Kensinger and 3 Others Killed in Kerrville Plane Crash

Jeffrey Weiss
Jeffrey Weiss, Stuart Kensinger, Angela Kensinger Killed in Kerrville Plane Crash

Kerrville, Texas (April 23, 2019) – The six victims who were killed in a deadly plane crash near an airport in Kerrville on Monday morning have been identified by the authorities.

The wreck happened just before 9 a.m. April 22, about six miles northwest of Kerrville Municipal Airport.

The victims were; the pilot, Jeffrey Weiss, 65, and his passengers, Stuart Kensinger, 55, Angela Kensinger, 54, Mark Scioneaux, 58, Scott Miller, 55, and Marc Tellepsen, 45.

According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, the twin-engine Beechcraft plane took off from the West Houston Airport early Monday morning and crashed near the Kerrville airport.

Six people were on board the plane at the time and they were all confirmed dead at the scene.

Details on what may have caused the wreck were unavailable.

The FAA and the NTSB are investigating the crash.

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