LANSING, Mich. — A fourth victim of Thursday’s plane crash in central Michigan has died from injuries sustained in the crash.
Zechariah Bennett, 27, of Plainfield died from his injuries on Saturday, two days after he and five others were aboard a plane that crashed at the Capital Region International Airport near Lansing, Michigan.
Bennett was employed by Patterson Horth Inc., a construction company located in Indianapolis.
Neil Alan Sego of Trafalgar, John Thomas Lowe of Greenwood and Timothy Joe Clark of Franklin also died in the crash.
Aaron Blackford of Frankton and Joel Beavins of Franklin remain hospitalized.
The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board are still investigating the cause of Thursday’s crash. The FAA said the TBM 700 plane belonged to a Greenwood company, and left Indy South Greenwood Airport around 8 a.m. Thursday. It crashed in Michigan about an hour later.
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