Capt Todd A. Parfitt and Daughter, Ms Nicole M. Parfitt, 14, were killed when Single-Engine Grumman AA-1B Air Plane crashed



Capt Todd A. Parfitt and Daughter, Ms Nicole M. Parfitt, 14,
were killed when Single-Engine Grumman AA-1B Air Plane crashed


The victims of a plane crash Sunday in a field west of the Burlington Municipal 
Airport were identified Monday as an Illinois man and his teenage daughter.

The Walworth County Sheriff's Office said in a news release that Todd A. 
Parfitt, 50, of Antioch, Ill., and his daughter, Nicole M. Parfitt, 14, were killed when the 1972 single-engine Grumman AA-1B plane crashed into a field just east of Highway DD in the Town of Spring Prairie about 1:30 p.m. Sunday.

The release said both occupants were ejected and suffered fatal injuries.

A Facebook page called "R. I. P Nicole Parfitt" was set up Sunday for Nicole, who attended Antioch High School, and her dad.

"They may not have made it to the runway that they intended, but they did land safely in heaven," someone posted on the page Sunday night.

"Nicole, I love you so much," wrote Bailey Walker, who called herself a best friend of Nicole, in a post on the page. "I will never forget all of our inside jokes and all of the times you made me laugh. How much I loved hanging out with you and just talking to you when I was upset made me feel so much better. You just knew how to cheer people up and you were always such an amazing person."

The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating.


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