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Nashville plane crash killed businessman and 3 family members: Update

Nashville plane crash
Nashville plane crash
New York Daily News

A Nashville plane crash occurred near a YMCA in suburban Nashville on Monday night, and none of the persons on the plane survived. Additionally, the Nashville plane crash damaged cars in the YMCA’s parking lot, according to a Fox News report on Tuesday.

In the Nashville plane crash, four family members were on the plane that crashed next to the YMCA in suburban Bellevue, Tennessee, according to a statement released by the Nashville Police Department. Though the four persons in flight have died, no one on the ground near the YMCA was injured.

The names of the deceased are businessman Glen Mull, his wife Elaine, their daughter Amy Harter, and granddaughter Samantha Harter. Glen Mull was the owner of Mull Farms and Feeding in Pawnee Rock, and he was quite well-known in the cattle business in Kansas.

The family was reportedly headed to Nashville for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Trade Show when the crash occurred.

The private plane, a Gulfstream 690C left Great Bend Municipal Airport in Great Bend, Kansas at 2:45 p.m. The plane crash happened at approximately 5 p.m. It was 10 miles south of its destination of John C. Tune Airport in Nashville when the accident occurred. The plane missed its first attempt at arriving at the airport and crashed as it was preparing for a second attempt. The report says that the right side of the plane hit trees near the YMCA before ending up crashed on the ground.

MidKansas Agri Company was the registrant of the airplane.