Clipped From Redlands Daily Facts
Cajon plane crash victims identified SAN BERNARDINO (UPD — Three victims of a light plane crash in the Cajon Pass 18 miles north of here were identified Wednesday from wallets, wallets, cards, and jewelery found on their bodies and in the plane. The bodies of Warner F. Julian Jr., Dennis P. Waite and Teresa McNeely were burned beyond recognition in the crash Tuesday, which occurred in heavy fog and overcast. Ju •lian's car was found at Bracket Field near La Verne where the flight originated. Julian, 32, Anaheim, was the owner and probable pilot of the plane. He and Waite, 19, Temple City, were employes of the Hill Mortuary in Temple City. Miss McNeely, 33, was from La Canada. The single engine Piper Tri- Pacer impacted on a power; company access road 200 yards from Interstate 15, the Barstow Freeway. The highway is the main route from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. A witness said traffic on the road was stopped when the flames from the crash burst over a hill. The plane had taken off from Bracket* Field at 2:30 p.m. for an unknown destination and crashed at 2:56 p.m., according to witnesses.