Brother of Bombing Victim Hurt in Plane Crash

Two injured, one killed in single-engine crash
By Kevin Spak,  Newser Staff
Posted Jul 13, 2010 11:10 AM CDT
Brother of Bombing Victim Hurt in Plane Crash
The site of the plane crash is seen at Horace Williams Airport in Chapel Hill, Monday July 12, 2010.   (AP Photo/News and Observer, John Rottet)

(Newser) – Yesterday was a bad day to be a member of the Henn family. First, 25-year-old Nate Henn was killed in a bombing in Uganda. Then his brother Kyle, 22, tried to rush home to mourn with his family, but the single-engine plane he was in crashed at a North Carolina airport, Aol News reports. He was taken to the hospital with cuts and bruises, and is in fair condition, according to his sister. The crash also killed the pilot and injured one other passenger. (Read more plane crash stories.)

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