SAN ANTONIO – Two of the three people killed in a small airplane crash in San Antonio on Sunday night have been identified.
Family members confirmed Monday that 22-year-old Eric Naranjo, of Sugar Land, was one of the three people killed in the crash. They said Naranjo was a student at the University of Texas at San Antonio and graduated from Dulles High School in 2015.
Family confirms 22-year-old Eric Naranjo of Sugar Land was one of three people killed in Sunday plane crash near San Antonio International Airport. He was a student at University of Texas at San Antonio and graduated Dulles High School in 2015. @KPRC2 pic.twitter.com/XKfd8kwAGB— Syan Rhodes (@KPRC2Syan) December 2, 2019
According to social media posts, Naranjo was an avid indoor and outdoor climber and was also active on the UTSA table tennis club.
His Linked In page shows he was a financial intern with an Austin company, Aktivum.
The second victim was identified as 38-year-old Robert Tyson Womble, according to the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s office.
The third victim’s name has not been released but it was confirmed she was a 71-year-old woman.