Second Passenger Dies From Injuries From Last Month's Plane Crash

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Sixty-four-year-old John Nowicki-junior of Lake Worth died at Lee Memorial Hospital on June 28th from multiple blunt force trauma, but his death was not reported until Tuesday.

His son, 35-year-old John Nowicki-the-third of Lake Worth was killed. The twin-engine plane crashed into several melaleuca trees and the lanai of a Lake Fairways Country Club home on June 26th.

The Cessna 414 lost power as it approached the Pine Shadows Air Park a few miles away. The four on the plane planned to visit someone at the park. No one on the ground was injured.

Fifteen-year-old grandson Skip David Nowicki-Lanigan of West Palm Beach crawled out of the wreckage on his own. He had minor injures. The pilot, Jonathan Lee Lacy of Jacksonville, who also is a flight instructor, was also injured.