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William Shatner Glen De Vries Plane Crash: Shatner’s Space Trip Crewmate Dies in a Plane Crash

Glen de Vries was one of three passengers who boarded a Blue Origin aircraft with the former “Star Trek” actor last month. In an aircraft disaster, Glen de Vries, a CEO who traveled into space with William Shatner, was murdered. On the 13th of October, Glen de Vries was aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard spaceship, spending more than 10 minutes in space after launching alongside Shatner and others. Check Out Our Other Most Recent Articles

According to state police, he was killed in the New Jersey collision along with another individual

William Shatner Glen De Vries Plane Crash
William Shatner Glen De Vries Plane Crash
The plane, a single-engine Cessna 172, crashed in a rural area of Hampton Township in the state’s northern region on Thursday. In the afternoon, the Federal Aviation Administration notified public safety authorities to seek for the missing airliner. About an hour later, emergency responders discovered the wreckage.

The abrupt death of Mr de Vries has left Blue Origin, the space corporation created by Jeff Bezos, “devastated.”

A 49-year-old software executive was killed on Thursday when a single-engine plane he was traveling in crashed in a wooded area of northern New Jersey, officials said, just a month after traveling to space and back aboard a Blue Origin rocket. Also Read: The Beaver Island Aviation Disaster, that took the life of 4 with only one child survivor According to the New Jersey State Police, the executive, Glen de Vries of Manhattan, was one of two people killed in the crash. According to the website of a family-owned New Jersey flight school where Mr. de Vries had trained as a pilot, the second, Thomas P. Fischer, 54, of Hopatcong, N.J., was the owner and head instructor. When the jet went down, it wasn’t immediately evident who was the pilot. In a statement, a representative for the parent company of Medidata Solutions, the health sciences firm that Mr. de Vries helped start, said, “Our thoughts and support go out to Glen’s family.” “Everyone who knew him was impacted by his untiring energy, empathy, and pioneering spirit.”

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