Minnesota Man Among Victims of Hawaii Plane Crash
HONOLULU (AP) — The Honolulu Medical Examiner is releasing the names of seven of the 11 people killed when a skydiving plane crashed in Hawaii.
They include Joshua Drablos, a 27-year-old resident of Virginia who was stationed in Hawaii with the U.S. Navy, and Nikolas Glenov, a 28-year-old from St. Paul, Minnesota.
A couple in their 20s, Ashley and Bryan Weikel of Colorado Springs, Colorado, was on the plane.
There were three Hawaii residents among the seven: Daniel Herndon, Michael Martin and Jordan Tehero.
The identities of the remaining four victims will be released once they have been confirmed.
There were 10 men and one woman among the victims.
The plane crashed Friday shortly after it took off from Dillingham Airfield on the northern side of Oahu Island.
The crash was the worst U.S. civil aviation accident since 2011.