West Jordan Woman Injured After Plane Crashed Into Home Dies, Family Confirms
Jul 27, 2020, 12:51 PM | Updated: 1:45 pm
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – A West Jordan woman who was at home when a plane crashed into her house has died of her injuries, a family member confirmed.
Mary Quintana, 72, was sitting on her deck on Saturday when a small aircraft crashed into the house at 3847 Piccadilly Circle (8710 South). After the crash, neighbors ran to rescue her from the debris.
Quintana was transported to a burn unit in critical condition where she later died from her injuries.
Three other people died in the crash – pilot Lee Wyckoff, 43; Milda Shibonis, 36; and Wyckoff’s 9-month-old daughter Coral.
Passengers Rebecca Wycoff, 36, and Cody Mitchell, 2, were both injured and were transported in critical condition. A third passenger, Veda Sheperd, 12, survived and was able to walk away from the wreckage with minimal injuries, authorities said.
The plane is being transported to a secure location in Arizona for a National Transportation Safety Board investigation.