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Minnesota man and Wisconsin finace die in crash

A Minnesota man and his Wisconsin finace were among the five dead after a small airplane crashed in Montana, the Associated Press reported Monday. The Star Tribune picked up the story, identified Kyle Mills and Jennifer Sengpiel as the Midwestern couple who were planning on tandeem skydiving from the plane. The pilot, a 28-year-old Wisconsin man, had been working at Skydive Lost Prairie for about 10 days, according to his father. The Pioneer Press also picked up the wire story, which said it was too early to determine what caused the small Cessna to crash. It appeared that shortly after take off, the plane did a 180 degree turn and fell from about 500 feet high into a forested area. Also killed in the crash were Mills's and Sengpiel's instructors, two men from Montana.