The multiengine King Air B200 crashed short of the runway at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport around 10:15 a.m., central Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said.
Three public were sent to a hospital. Stevens' Aviation COO Neil McGrail identified two of the injured as Stevens employees. Ed Wilk is in fair condition and Derrick Holliday is in serious but stable condition. The third victim is also listed in grave but stable condition, but McGrail did not liberate that person's name.
The airplane crashed while attempting to land. It hit a guard rail and skipped over state Highway 14 before finally landing on grass, airport spokeswoman Rosylin Weston told the Greenville News. No cars were hit.