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Valente was a certified airport pilot, but the NTSB report didn’t say who was handling the controls of the plane at the time of the fatal nighttime flight.
NTSB investigators who arrived on the scene said they were trying to determine if the plane was overloaded and not equipped to carry six people.
"She always had bright ideas and was confident in everything she did," Putman wrote. She spent six months with family in Virginia while attending graduate school, according to an online fundraising effort started for the woman's family.
Joshua Alexander, a restaurant manager in Virginia, came to know Rodriguez Garcia in recent months.
"She was eager for adventure, and I always found her easy to speak with," Rutherford told "She got on well with many students, too." Coogan was visiting the Valley for the Phoenix Lights Festival, according to a post from her Instagram profile on Saturday.
“Forgot my sunnies” she wrote in a caption for a photo of her wearing a new pair of aviators for her nearly 27,000 followers.
The plane took off from Scottsdale Airport at about p.m.
and went down about three-fourths of a mile away, bursting into flames upon impact near the second hole of the TPC Scottsdale Champions Course.
He described himself as an "avid traveler" and posted on Instagram that he was looking forward to visiting his 37th country.
Valente started flight training at age 16 and became a private pilot before graduating from high school.
He attended the University of North Dakota, where he majored in aviation management and went on to manage a separate flight school in Las Vegas, according to an online profile.
Police identified the victims two days after the April 9 crash but incorrectly said Valente was 26.
They corrected the error after follow-up questions from Final medical examiner results are pending that will determine exactly how each died.