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Topic - Roland Herwig
Skydiving instructor Mike Robinson was at 12,000 feet, just seconds away from his fourth and final jump of the day, when a second plane carrying other skydivers struck the aircraft he was in, sending them all tumbling toward the ground.
A plane carrying three Utah men crashed shortly after takeoff in Texas on Saturday, killing all three aboard, authorities said.
Officials with the Federal Aviation Administration were in the area Sunday talking to those involved, and the cause of the incident was still being investigated, said FAA spokesman Roland Herwig.
The plane burst into flames upon impact, Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Roland Herwig told The Tribune.