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The four family members who died when a small plane crashed in southern Wisconsin have been identified.
Colleen Deininger, 81, was flying the plane transporting her daughter Melissa Deininger-Dickman, 53, and her two grandchildren, 17-year-old Emmarose Dickman and 13-year-old Alex Dickman, all of Kenosha.
Authorities - Cessna - Kenosha - Regional - Airport
Authorities say the single-engine Cessna 182T had left the Kenosha Regional Airport and was flying interstate to Monroe when it crashed Sunday about a mile north of the Monroe Municipal Airport.
All four died at the scene.
Call - Noon - Sunday
The 911 call came in just after noon on Sunday.
An eyewitness reported that the plane was losing power, and ended up landing in an open field north of the airport a short time later.
Sheriff - Mark - Rohloff - Monroe - Wisconsin
Sheriff Mark Rohloff of Monroe, Wisconsin said that the plane hit trees, 'landed hard,' and was completely engulfed in flames.
Firefighters rushed to the scene to battle the flames.
Federal - Aviation - Administration
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