CULLMAN, Ala. (AP) — A second person has died following an airplane crash that killed a Tennessee man in Alabama.
A coroner says 74-year-old Noah Holloway of Cullman has died from injuries suffered when a single-engine aircraft went down Saturday.
The pilot, 70-year-old John Sigman of Dyersburg, Tennessee, died previously.
The Federal Aviation Administration says a Piper PA-32 went down in woods near the Cullman airport and caught fire.
Investigators have yet to announce a suspected cause of the crash.