Phoenix Plane Crash

November 26, 2011 by staff 

Phoenix Plane Crash, Friends and acquaintances are lending support to an Arizona mother who lost her three children and her ex-husband in a plane crash in the Superstition Mountains.

Karen Perry of Apache Junction, Ariz., has experienced a series of struggles in recent years and is described as a selfless woman trying to raise her three children. Morgan Perry, 9, was diagnosed with epilepsy and faced multiple brain surgeries. Luke Perry, 6, had autism. Perry’s third child, Logan Perry, was 8.

“They were just great kids,” said Mark Blomgren, principal at Peralta Trail Elementary in Apache Junction, where the two oldest children attended. “All the teachers were naturally shocked. They cared about them and wondered how their mom was doing and they were just hit pretty hard. Logan and Morgan were just special kids that the teachers really bonded with.”

Crews continue hunting through crags and outcroppings of the mountaintop area just east of Phoenix, searching for victims of the fiery crash that killed all six people aboard, including Perry’s ex-husband, Shawn Perry, 39, who was the pilot.

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