Vigil held Saturday for victims of West Jordan plane crash


WEST JORDAN, Utah (ABC4 News) – A vigil was held Saturday night in West Jordan for the four people, including a homeowner, who died when a plane crashed into a home last month.

Three people inside the plane died in the July 25 crash, Lee Wyckoff 43, who was the pilot, is 9-month-old daughter Coral Wyckoff, and a passenger, Milda Shibonis, 36.

Mary Quintana, 72, who was inside her home when the plane crashed through it, died on July 27, two days after receiving critical injuries when the small plane, carrying six people, crashed just after leaving West Jordan’s South Valley Regional Airport.

Quintana’s family, friends, and community said they will remember her as a wonderful woman and a fierce advocate for her son Chris, who has very specific struggles due to a traumatic brain injury.

In her obituary, Quintana was described as “a classy lady with her high heels, earrings, and mauve lipstick.  When she wasn’t dressed to the nines, you could find her in either her garden or your garden.”

Milda Shibonis was an attorney in Salt Lake City. On the company’s website, Shibonis is described as being “known for being a perfectionist in her work who fights for her clients and won’t back down from a challenge.”

In the crash, a 12-year-old girl walked away uninjured, a 2-year-old received critical burns and a 36-year-old woman, the wife of the pilot, was critically injured.

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