BREAKING: Entire Family KILLED In Extremely Tragic Plane Crash In This State- Here’s What We Know


A tragic event occurred in Harrisburg, Oregon when a small plane crashed killing 4 people. 

Three family members were scouting colleges for their son. The pilot also died.

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The crash on Friday killed John A. Zitting, 42; his wife, Karen Blackmore Zitting, 37; and their 17-year-old son, John “Brendan” Zitting.


The pilot, Mark Aletky, 67, of Acton, California was also killed.

John Brendan Zitting was reportedly interested in attending the University of Oregon.

The father was president of TruNorthe LLC, a construction management company in California.


The plane crashed just before 11 a.m. near an airport about 2 miles north of Harrisburg, Oregon, which is just north of Eugene, according to Linn County sheriff’s officials.

“We were definitely not expecting this because (John) lived life to the fullest,” his brother told the newspaper. “He had a yacht, and they spent a lot of time on the ocean when they could. They were all great examples and good people.”

The single engine six-seat 1984 Piper PA-46-310P was flying from Van Nuys, California, to Eugene, the sheriff’s office said. All four occupants were pronounced dead at the scene.

“Brendan was a great student, top of his class, on the swim team,” Mark Zitting said. “He was a very smart, fun young man to be around and know.”

The family moved from Utah to Southern California about seven years ago, and John Zitting started TruNorthe LLC, a Simi Valley-based construction management company, Mark Zitting said.

John Zitting was one of 12 siblings, his brother said.

Witnesses reported seeing the plane flying low before turning and crashing into a grass field two miles north of Harrisburg, authorities said.

Federal officials are investigating but haven’t determined a cause of the crash.

Our hearts and prayers go out to everyone involved in this tragedy.

Rest in peace.

Source- (Oregonian/Oregonlive)

God Bless.

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