Four die in plane crash in Kansas; plane left from Tulsa

Four people have died after a twin engine plane crashed in Kansas. Among the victims was Tulsan Garrett Coble, 29, an NSU assistant professor of marketing and Austin Anderson of Ringwood, OK

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carlos - 5/15/2012 8:37 PM
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...what a tragedy! my condolences. that field was a skidplate. the under-carriage would have collapsed, but better land with it down to slow the plane, spin it away from the tree line. risky, but added stopping power needed. you don't get to rehearse these things. forgive me for 2d guessing but it will supply knowledge in repeat circumstance. the killer was the tip tanks, like a lit baton when plane spun, wouldn't have them on any plane. suggestion: a fuel dumping mechanism, lever from pilot dash as standard equipment, no matter what it costs.

amanda74403 - 5/12/2012 8:55 PM
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Garrett was my Marketing teacher last semester at NSU. He had the most heartfelt stories about Peru and the children there. He was so close to God and I know that he is shining down upon us right now!! What a wonderful man.

joaormex - 5/12/2012 7:59 PM
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Austin Anderson had a great heart! He took the time to help us last year at the Christian School Competition on the ORU Campus! The international schools were so blessed to have has Austin's wonderful assistance!! He will always be remembered for his kind spirit and willingness to help others for God's glory! He is now seeing the invisible surrounded by Jesus' loving arms!! His friends from Mexico and other countries of Latin America will never forget him!!

Heather - 5/12/2012 4:34 PM
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I had the GREAT priveledge of leasing Stephen and Luke their apartment home back in August of 2011. I've got to know both of them in the past 9 months of them living at the property I work for. Both of them are completely different to the eye, but both shared the same sweet spirit and heart. I received the news today, when some of Stephen's family memebers came to the office trying to sort everything out. To think... I JUST seen BOTH of them just a few days ago!! =*( Stephen JUST came by the office to bring me and my manager a "Red Bull" surprise, and to chit chat.. lol.. I'm so completely broken and devastated by this news.. I first hand got to see God's peace at work on Stephen's family memebers when they came in today... Please continue praying, God is hearing our prayers and answering them as we speak.

aaron2012 - 5/12/2012 11:41 AM
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Austin Anderson was one of the greatest gentlemen I have ever known. He took the time to make friends with everyone. He had the biggest heart I know. I am honored and privileged to have had such an amazing friend. I love you brother and your family is in my prayers!

Photoss - 5/12/2012 11:11 AM
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I had the privilege of getting to know both Stephen and Luke while I was at ORU in 2008-2009. The three of us were on the same dorm floor, and they both definitely lived their lives to the fullest according to 1 Timothy 4:12, being an example to other believers in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity. Four of these individuals just graduated last Saturday (May 5th); it is hard to find words...

debbntulsa - 5/12/2012 9:54 AM
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Stephen Luth was actually from here, Worked here & went to school here. He was a co-worker. He was a very bright young man & had a lot going on for him. He had just resigned from my company & accepted a position in Texas to be a youth pastor, his dream. R.I.P. Stephen....
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