Alma Razick, Lindsey Gleiche: Southern California plane crash victims identified

Alma Razick
Southern California plane crash victims

Authorities have identified the six California residents who died Saturday when they were on a small plane that crashed after a flight that started in Las Vegas.

The Cessna C550 business jet went down around 4:15 a.m. near the French Valley Airport in Murrieta, about 80 miles southeast of Los Angeles.

Who are the Southern California plane crash victims identified?

Riverside County Sheriff-Coroner Chad Bianco identified those who died as

  • Lindsey Gleiche, 31, of Huntington Beach
  • Riese Lenders, 25, of Rancho Palos Verdes
  • Alma Razick, 51, of Temecula
  • Ibrahem Razick, 46, of Temecula
  • Abigail Tellez-Vargas, 33, of Murrieta
  • Manuel Vargas-Regalado, 32, of Temecula

Bianco did not release other details.

The crash occurred during the second of two landing attempts in fog just before dawn, authorities said. The jet, which can seat up to 13 people, crashed about 500 feet (150 meters) short of the intended runway, said Elliott Simpson, an investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board.

Deputies found the plane engulfed in flames that scorched nearly one acre of vegetation. The blaze was contained around 5:30 a.m., the Riverside County Fire Department tweeted.

The flight had taken off from Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas.

Simpson said fire consumed most of the plane.

It’s unclear what caused the plane to crash.

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