TELLER COUNTY, Colo. — Four people from Colorado were killed when a small plane crashed in Teller County, the Teller County Coroner's Office said.
A Teller County Sheriff's Office spokesperson said the crash happened Saturday night in rough terrain off Phantom Canyon Road near the Fremont County line.
Someone in another plane saw the wreckage and called the sheriff's office Sunday morning, the spokesperson said.
According to the FAA, the plane, a single-engine Cessna T-41B, was flying from Fremont County Airport to Centennial Airport.
The victims were identified by the coroner's office as the following:
- Bruce Claremont
- Laurie Aves
- Roger Duncan
- Katherine Duncan
All four victims were from Florence, Colorado.
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