SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) -One of the victims of a plane crash near San Antonio International Airport Sunday night has been identified as a UTSA student.
In a social media post, the UTSA Alumni Association expressed condolences to the family of 22-year-old Eric Naranjo.
Naranjo was from Sugar Land, Texas. He was a member of the UTSA Table Tennis organization, and enjoyed rock climbing. He was on a small plane with two other people heading from Sugar Land to Boerne when the aircraft experienced engine problems Sunday evening and diverted to San Antonio International Airport. All three on board were killed when the plane crashed on W. Rhapsody near Persuasion Drive.
Fox 29-TV talked to Naranjo’s father . He told the station that Naranjo was a senior at UTSA majoring in finance.
Another man killed in the crash has been identified by the Bexar County Medical Examiner as 38-year-old Robert Tyson Womble, the pilot. A 71-year-old woman also died when the plane went down.