In shocking news today, two were killed after a World War II plane crashed in Texas. On Oct. 23, Fox News reported that a P-51 Mustang airplane owned by a Texas museum had a crash into the water near the vacation area of Galveston, Texas. A charter boat actually saw the crash happen.
The airplane went down into water that was only about four foot deep, but both parties on board were found dead in the accident. The Lone Star Flight Museum in Galveston were the ones who had the plane out and were operating it. The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board will be investigating this crash and more information should come out later. They were not talking to the air traffic controllers at the time of the accident.
At this time, they are not revealing the names of the two found dead in the World War II plane crash in Texas. It is unknown what they were doing in the air, but it was probably just to experience this historical plane.