A family of six members who were on their way home from a Bahamas vacation was killed when their small plane crashed in a swampy area in Florida on Thursday. The cause of the accident was not immediately known.
Ron Bramlage, a 45-year old businessman reportedly piloted the 2006 Pilatus Pc-12/47 plane had died together with his 43-yaer old wife Rebecca and their children - Brandon, 15; Boston, 13; Beau, 11; and 8-year-old Roxanne. The family was bound to their home in Junction City, Kansas, reports Mail Online.
According to report, the single-turboprop, fixed-wing plane broke apart and went down in the Tiger Creek Preserve, Polk County. Neighbors and friends mourn for the family, known for their charitable works.
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