A plane carrying six passengers from Cleveland to Ohio State has reportedly gone missing.
Thursday night, according to CNBC, a plane carrying six passengers, who had all attended the Cavaliers vs. Celtics game at Quicken Loans Arena, went missing over Lake Erie on its way to Ohio State University.
The plane, which took off just before 11:00 p.m. ET, was reportedly carrying three adults and three children. Here’s more:
The Cessna Citation 525 departed at 10:57 p.m. Thursday from Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland. Air traffic control officials lost contact with it a short time later.
A spokesman for the airport told NBC News that the missing aircraft was carrying three adults and three children. Its occupants were heading back from a Cleveland Cavaliers game at the Quicken Loans Arena, according to the official.
The names of the passengers have not been released.
Obviously, our thoughts and prayers are with the loved ones of those who are missing. Let’s hope for a miracle.
6 Coaches That Could Return To Their Former Schools
Chip Kelly, Oregon
Previous tenure: 2009-2012
Oregon Record: 46-7
This is the one that will be talked about for a while, unless Kelly can find his footing in the NFL, or new Oregon coach Willie Taggart excels in Eugene. Kelly may want to stick it out and prove he can succeed at the next level, or could wind up returning to another job, but we know he works at Oregon, and the school would likely pony up the money necessary to bring him back if the circumstances worked out.