“I was with the kids. They were swimming. I was down on the benches watching them swim,” said Chastity Mitchell, who lives in Bellevue. “I just heard a really horrible explosion and looked up (at) those glass windows and saw a wall of fire.”All four people on board died in the crash, authorities said, which spat flames 20 feet into the air along with a plume of smoke that could be seen for blocks and debris littered the ground 100 feet away in every direction.
A family friend has confirmed that those killed in the plane crash were Glenn and Elaine Mull, their daughter, Amy Harter, and their granddaughter, Samantha Harter. The family are Pawnee Rock, Kansas, cattle farmers, and the group was reportedly coming to the area to attend the Cattle Industry Convention & NCBA Trade Show at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center.
Keep reading with our news partners at the Tennessean.