The victims of a small plane crash in northern Missouri have been identified as two men from southeast Wisconsin. Kirksville station KTVO-TV reported that 66-year-old James Quinn of Wauwatosa and 64-year-old Robert Groh of Pewaukee were identified as the victims of the Tuesday night crash in a rural area about three miles southeast of Kirksville.
Investigators found wreckage scattered along a 300-yard path along a pasture, a bean field, and a wooded area. Conditions were reportedly rainy at the time of the crash. Groh was the owner and president of Geo Synthetics of Waukesha. The TV station said he was flying back from a meeting with a customer in Colorado when the crash occurred. The FAA said the plane had intended to land at Kirksville, but air traffic controllers lost radar and radio contact with the craft about five miles from the airport.