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How Did Joseph Johnson Die? – Cause of Death
The three people who died when a plane crashed Sept. 28 near Eagle River were identified Tuesday by the Forest County medical examiner.
According to the ME’s office, the victims were the pilot, Joseph Johnson, 28, and two passengers: Dominik Faciano, 23, and Michael Dickens, 28. Johnson was from Florida, and Faciano and Dickens were living in Missouri.
All three worked for Missouri-based geospatial, mapping and data services provider Surdex Corp. and were obtaining aerial images of forests for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources at the time of the crash.
The Forest County medical examiner released the victims’ names Tuesday afternoon.
The Rockwell International 690B airplane crashed around 9 a.m. Sept. 28, about 10 minutes after taking off from the Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport. The plane’s wreckage was located about 10 miles east of Eagle River and one mile west of Butternut Lake in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.
- Date of death: September 28, 2021
- Death Age: 28-year-old
- Cause of Death : PLANE CRASH
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