On Sunday, an Ohio air show was reopened after a horrifying crash killed a wing walker and the pilot just a day before. The fiery crash took place on Saturday right before thousands of spectators.
The crash killed veteran stuntwoman Jane Wicker and pilot Charlie Schwenker. Both of them were from Virginia. Their plane suddenly crashed and quickly engulfed in flames in front of the crowd. However, the accident did not cause any other harm or casualty.
Brenda Kerfoot, the general manager of the air show, said that they resumed the show just a day after the accident because of the support given by the ex-husband of Wicker.
The 44-year-old wing walker Wicker had two boys. She was engaged to be married. On the other hand, 64-year-old Schwenker was married.
The reason of crash was yet to be known. The National Transportation Safety Board will conduct an investigation but it will take months. On Saturday, investigators collected through the wreckage of the crash site.