Sunday, October 12, 2003

Man injured in plane crash dies



The Associated Press

LOUISVILLE - A southern Indiana man injured in a single-engine plane crash last month in Bardstown has died.

James Michael Kelley, 52, of Clarksville, Ind., died Friday at University of Louisville Hospital. He had been in critical condition with severe burns since the Sept. 27 crash at Samuels Field Airport.

The crash also killed Maj. Gen. John "Russ" Groves, a former Kentucky adjutant general. Authorities have not determined which man was flying the plane.

The Piper Super Cub plane crashed about 100 feet from the runway after takeoff.

An airport board member said the men noticed a problem during takeoff and tried to turn around for landing.

Kelley was a member of the Civil Air Patrol.




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