The founder of children’s nonprofit group Jonathan Rosen, his daughter and two others died on Friday near Atlanta
CAUSE OF DEATH
On Friday, October 8, 2021. Georgia CEO, Jonathan Rosen, 47-years-old and his 14-years-old daughter Allison Rosen, according to Dekalb County Medical Examiner’s office. two other victims were also identified by the Officials as 13-year-old Julia Smith and 42-year-old Lauren Harrington died in a plane crash at the Dekalb-Peachtree Airport.
According to National Transportation Safety Board, the plane crashed shortly after 1 p.m. on Friday. The aircraft was headed for Houston, a spokeswoman with the agency said.
The newspaper report the plane to be 1978, six-seater Cessna P210N Centurion, and according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Jonathan Rosen was the plane pilot and owner.
In a statement on its website the Rosen’s company acknowledge his demise and that of his daughter.
“Jonathan Rosen and his daughter died unexpectedly on 8 October, 2021. They made the world a better place and will be missed by many.
According to Daniel Boggs, NTSB investigator, says to the news station that the plane was full of fuel, resulting in the fire that incinerated in a matter of minutes.
The plan had recently undergone a modification, he did not say that the modification was suspected as a cause of the crash.
According to WXIA the modification was done by O&N Aircraft Modifications.