PHOENIX - We now know the names of all four people killed when two small planes collided north of Phoenix last week.
Margie Long, president of Hot Air Expeditions, and Carl Prince, the company's project manager, were killed when the single-engine planes collided mid-air near 67th Avenue and New River Road on Friday.
In the other plane were the pilot, 26-year-old Basil Onuferko, and 37-year-old Paul Brownell, both with TransPac Aviation Academy.
According to a press release from Hot Air Expeditions, Long, 59, and Prince, 43, were aboard a training flight out of Deer Valley Airport. Long was studying to get her pilot's license.
Prince had been providing flight instruction to Long since August 2012.
Authorities say the planes collided about 15 miles northwest of Deer Valley Airport around 10 a.m.
The FAA and NTSB are handling the investigation.
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