INDIANAPOLIS (www.incnow.tv)- The pilot of the plane that crashed into a house in Columbus, Ind. July 25 has died.
A spokesperson for Wishard Hospital confirmed that Gerald Clayton, 81, died between Friday evening and Saturday morning.
Clayton was traveling in a single-engine plane with another passenger before being taken to the hospital following the crash into a house in Columbus. Both had burn injuries.
Clayton was taking the plane on a test run after he thought he worked out some mechanical issues the day of the crash.
He leaves behind five children.
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