John Hazelton Obituary, Death – Members of the family of a victim in the catastrophic plane crash that took place in Kingfisher County spoke about the devastating loss of a loved one that they suffered as a result of the tragedy. The victims have been identified as John Hazelton, a resident of Edmond, and Jonathan Benton, a resident of Mustang. Both men were found dead at the scene. KOCO 5 had the opportunity to speak with a member of the family of one of the victims about the devastating loss that their family has endured. On Monday, the two victims were seen leaving the airport in connection with their plane. This took place on Monday. It has been reported that one of the victim’s nephews has expressed his disbelief that the incident was caused by airplanes.
Cody Armour, who is John Hazelton’s nephew, remarked that “He had such confidence and again, he was fearless when it came to flying, he might as well have been a bird.”
“He had such confidence and again, he was fearless when it came to flying,” According to Cody Armour, “He possessed such confidence and more importantly, he was fearless when it came to flying.” According to him, his uncle John taught him and his brothers how to fly when they were all young adults, and then he took all of them up into the sky with him for their first experience in flight. “According to what I’ve been informed, he accumulated up an adequate amount of flight hours to be able to operate every aircraft that has ever been manufactured. He was successful on each and every one of them, which is a feat that involves a significant amount of effort and time. Up to 10,000 in order to fly for a commercial airline, and I believe that he racked up more than 30,000 flight hours throughout the course of his professional career “Armour remarked.
The inspectors from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are continuing their investigation into the cause of the accident that occurred with the small plane in Kingfisher County. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported on Monday that the jet had taken off from Wiley Post Airport, which is located in the OKC metropolitan area. On the other hand, they were informed of the collision, and they found two victims roughly 6.5 miles east of Kingfisher.