What: Aero Med LLC AMD CH2000 Alarus
Where: Nephi Utah
When: August 30, 2012, 4 p.m.
Who: 2 aboard, 2 fatalities
Why: Returning to Nephi Municipal Airport, the plan crashed on approach at 4 p.m.. The two aboard died on impact. The impact area was in the area of highway 132. Weather may have been involved, as it was storming at the time. After impact, there was a fire.
The fatalities were identified as Robert Marion Lamb, 45, of Utah County and Peter John Mrowiec, 58, of Ontario, Canada. Either one could have been flying.
Robert Lamb, a flight instructor, had been aboard while Peter Morwiec was trying to earn five hours of flight training to fly the plane home. Mrowiec was intending to purchase the plane.
According to Lamb’s wife who asked why he was going, since he wasn’t getting paid and didn’t know [Mrowiec]. he said, “If I was stranded and couldn’t get home, I would hope someone would help me.”