Kentucky community mourns death of 4 in small plane crash

GLASGOW, Ky. - A small Kentucky community is mourning the deaths of all four killed aboard a small plane that crashed on a flight from Tennessee.

State police Trooper Jeremy Hodges told the Bowling Green Daily News three men were pronounced dead at Sunday's crash site of a Piper PA-32 in rural Barren County. Authorities say the fourth victim, a boy, was pronounced dead at a hospital. The dead were identified as 41-year-old Kyle P. Stewart, 40-year-old Quinton "Doug" Whitaker, 41-year-old Scott T. Foster and his son, 15-year-old Noah Foster.

Mayor Eddie Girdler of Somerset says the four community members were returning from a hunting trip and their deaths leave a void in that community. Stewart was a dentist, Whitaker a Somerset police chaplain, Foster an attorney and Noah a high school sophomore.

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