Reno air show crash fatalities

By The Associated Press | September 18, 2011 | 6:50 AM EDT

Nine people have been confirmed killed in Friday's air show crash in Reno, Nev. Here is a list of those identified so far:

— Jimmy Leeward, 74, of Ocala, Fla. He was piloting the P-51 Mustang when it went out of control and crashed. He was a movie stunt pilot with years of experience in air racing.

— Greg Morcom, 47, of Washington state was with four family members and attending the show for the first time. Ron Morcom Jr. of Everett, Wash., told the Seattle Post-Intelligencer that his brother was killed instantly when the plane crashed.

— Michael Wogan, 22, of Scottsdale, Ariz., suffered from muscular dystrophy and was sitting with his father, Bill Wogan, in an area for wheelchairs at the air show's VIP boxes — near where investigators say the World War II-era plane crashed. Bill Wogan was seriously injured.