VIDEO: Picture of Capt Len Root and Terry Barker get released on Twitter after it was confirmed they were victims who died in Dallas air show plane crash KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, November 13, 2022

VIDEO: Picture of Capt Len Root and Terry Barker get released on Twitter after it was confirmed they were victims who died in Dallas air show plane crash

Yesterday we shared shocking video footage of a two planes colliding in mid-air and then crashing to the ground during an air show in Dallas, Texas. (Read More Here).

It has now been confirmed by officials that 6 people have died in the tragic incident. Dallas Fire-Rescue first reported the aircraft emergency involving a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and a Bell P-63 Kingcobra — which collided and crashed at the Wings Over Dallas Airshow around 1:20 p.m. on Saturday (November 12).

According to a tweet from Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, the Dallas Medical Examiner confirmed that a total of 6 people passed away. Meanwhile, local authorities have launched an investigation and are in the process of identifying all of the deceased, and notifying their families. (Read More Here).

Picture of Capt Len Root and Terry Barker got released on Twitter after it was confirmed they were victims who died in Dallas air show plane crash 

Information reads: "American Airlines Capt Len Root is being remembered by friends as “A man who always stopped to listen, & cared for what you had to say. He was a real technical guy.”
Len died in the Dallas Air Show Crash."

According to information, Keller resident, Terry Barker, was identified as one of the people who died in the plane crash in Texas. 

Terry was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and Army veteran. He was retired from a career with American Airlines, and many in town may remember him as a committed public servant.

He served Keller as a member of the Planning & Zoning Commission from 1995-1999 and was elected to two terms on the Keller City Council, helping guide our community from 1999 to 2003.

"I was fortunate to have him as a friend, and his guidance when it came to what was best for our residents never steered me wrong," Mayor Armin Mizani said.

Former Mayor Pat McGrail, who sat beside Barker when they served together on Council, described him as a thoughtful and caring person and politician who would be missed by all who knew him.

Our thoughts today are with Karen, Caleb, Nathan, and the rest of Terry's family and friends. The Field of Honor display in front of Keller Town Hall that was originally set for disassembly this afternoon will remain in place for an additional week in Terry's memory.

Information reads: "We're heartbroken to share that one of the victims of the tragedy at yesterday's Wings Over Dallas Airshow was Keller resident Terry Barker." 


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