Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Real Estate Mogul And His Wife Are Killed After Private Jet Bursts Into Flames Mid Air

The owner of a commercial real estate company and his wife have died in a plane crash. Donald L.Baker, 59, the principal of Larsen Baker, LLC, and Dawn Hunter, 55, were killed when their two engine jet went down in Cedar Fort, Utah, while they were heading home to Tucson, Arizona, from a conference.

Witnesses heard a large boom then saw flames coming from the engine as the 1999 Cessna Citation 525 plummeted to the ground. Debris was seen scattered around the destroyed fuselage in the middle of a snow-covered field as investigators gathered evidence at the crash site.

Baker, who according to records has had a pilot's license since 2008, had filed a flight plan to leave Salt Lake City International Airport.


However the plane is believed to have suffered mechanical problems, and they even tried to turn back.  The pair, who are believed to have got engaged back in 2012, lived in a house worth $3.2million.

A real estate expert told Tuscon News Now Larsen Baker owns more than 2.5 million square feet of retail space in southern Arizona.  They were also in the process of adding another 500,000 to their portfolio before death came calling.



24 comments:

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    1. Their death should be investigated. Nothing is impossible

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  2. May God rest their souls....

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  3. May their souls rest in peace

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  4. May their souls rest in peace

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  5. Their death should be investigated. Why did they die the same day

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  6. Their death should be investigated. Why did they die the same day

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    1. silly question.is that why it should be investigated?

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  7. Aww poor them. Pity their children

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  8. Rest in peace

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