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3/27/06

Investigating the Plane Crash that Killed a Wayland Executive

Investigators are now digging through the wreckage of a plane crash that killed a Wayland Baptist University administrator.

The school's Executive Vice President Dr. Bill Hardage was killed Saturday evening when his plane went down in San Benito County, California. Hardage's trip started 50-miles earlier in Watsonville. The weather was apparently overcast with 40-mile an hour winds. Sixty-two year-old Hardage was a licensed instrumental pilot. An autopsy is scheduled for Wednesday.

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