Alex Potemkin/iStock(KIDRON, Ohio) — Two people aboard a DC-3 plane were killed when it crashed in Ohio Monday morning, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.The plane had clipped power lines shortly after takeoff in Kidron, Ohio, about 60 miles south of Cleveland, said a spokesperson from the Federal Aviation Administration.“I’ve never felt a force inside the house that strong where it shook the house,” said Michael Morrison, who owns the property where the plane crashed.“It’s very scary,” he told ABC Cleveland affiliate WEWS-TV. “The cracking sounded like wood splintering … then you heard the crash of it hitting the ground.”“I called 911, I grabbed as many blankets as I could, I tried to come out and I tried to give a hand to people assisting from the airport,” Morrison told WEWS-TV. “By then they seemed to have it pretty much in control.”A spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration initially said six people were aboard the plane and that four other passengers were injured; the agency has since deferred to the state’s highway patrol, which says that only two people were in the plane.The cause of the crash was not clear yet.The first DC-3 plane flew in 1935, said ABC News aviation consultant Col. Steve Ganyard.“It was a great airplane and there are thousands still flying in remote parts of the world but it is an antique,” Ganyard said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Kevin Kisner succeeded where he failed 12 months ago by winning the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play final courtesy of a 3 and 2 victory over Matt Kuchar.Kisner, who will rise from his current position of 50th in the world rankings thanks to his first World Golf Championships title, reached the final at Austin Country Club in 2018, only to be thumped 7 and 6 by Bubba Watson. He sealed victory in style, converting a 20-foot birdie putt at the 16th after an eagle attempt from Kuchar had come up agonizingly short.A birdie to win it! 🏆Congratulations, @K_Kisner.He finished 6-1-0 @DellMatchPlay.It’s his first World Golf Championship title.#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/HULr7bz2T7— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 31, 2019Ryder Cup star Molinari eased past Bjerregaard in the consolation match, triumphing 4 and 2. The tone for that contest was set by Watson winning each of the first five holes, but Kisner was never behind this time around as he overcame Kuchar in a somewhat underwhelming decider.Both Kisner and Kuchar weren’t at their best Sunday afternoon in Texas, perhaps unsurprisingly given they were each playing their fourth round in two days and seventh of the week. The two were also taken the full 18 in their morning semifinal matches as Kisner was able to edge out Francesco Molinari and Kuchar got the better of Lucas Bjerregaard. Related News WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play: Kevin Kisner and Matt Kuchar reach final “Phew. … It was a big week, a long weekend — grueling, not only from the mental side but the physical side,” Kisner said after his round. “A lot of golf and a lot of stressful holes and stressful putts that I was able to prevail.”In the final match, Kisner birdied the opening hole of the final to move one up and was two up through seven holes as his Kuchar struggled badly on the greens.A three-putt from Kisner on the par-4 9th hole enabled Kuchar to reduce his deficit, but the 2013 champion then found water on the par-3 11th to slip back to two down.When Kuchar made a sloppy bogey on 15, Kisner was three up with three to play and on the brink of the biggest victory of his career. WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play: Tiger Woods reacts to final-hole loss