The plane crash that killed a Georgia financial firm executive and his 14-year-old daughter also claimed the lives of his longtime assistant and another teenage girl, officials said.
Lauren Harrington, 42, an assistant to Entaire Global Companies CEO Jonathan Rosen, and Julia Smith, 13, a friend of Rosen’s daughter Allison, were identified by the medical examiner as victims of the crash Friday afternoon at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport, news station CBS46 reported.
Family members had previously revealed that Rosen and Allison died in the crash.
Rosen had been flying the single-engine Cessna P210N when it fell to the ground shortly after takeoff and burst into flames, killing all four passengers on the trip to Houston.
Investigators said the plane had a tank full of fuel, which contributed to the intensity of the blaze, news station Fox5 Atlanta reported.
No cause of the crash has been released, but the wreckage has been transported to a private facility for further examination.
The National Transportation Safety Board said it could take up to 18 months to publish a full report on the crash.