Fatal Plane Crash Claims Another Life; Critically Injured Wife Dies
The second victim of a plane crash in Maryland Heights on Oct. 24 died Monday evening.
Suzanne Hazelton, a passenger in the small-engine plane that crashed into Creve Coeur Lake Oct. 24, died at SSM DePaul hospital, according to hospital spokesperson Rachel Piney.
Piney tells Patch, Suzanne passed away around 5:30 p.m. Monday.
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Hazelton had been in critical condition since the accident, reportedly on life support.
Hazelton's husband and pilot of the plane when it crashed, Russell Hazelton, died Oct. 25 from injuries suffered in the plane crash.
The Hazeltons were the only two involved in the crash.
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The four-seat, single-engine Piper PA-28 Cherokee plane Russell Hazelton was piloting crashed arouund 8:40 p.m. Oct. 25. A witness told Maryland Heights Police they saw the plane go down and heard what sounded like an engine sputtering.
When in St. Louis, the Hazeltons lived in the Fairfield neighborhood in Town and Country. Their neighbors tell Patch, Russell was a retired TWA pilot and the couple split their time between St. Louis, Vermont and Pennsylvania.
Neighbors tell Patch Tuesday morning that they have not heard any details on funeral arrangements. However, residents previously stated that most of the Hazeltons' family was in the Northeast so they thought services might be held in that part of the country.