Two Tulsa Survivors Brought Home Following Deadly Indiana Plane Crash

Tuesday, April 2nd 2013, 7:45 am
By: News On 6

The two surviving passengers of a jet crash in South Bend, Indiana on March 17, 2013 have been brought back to Tulsa.

An Indiana hospital spokeswoman says Jim Rodgers and Christopher Evans, both of Tulsa, were released from that facility. As of last week, both men were listed in fair condition there.

News On 6 has learned that Evans is out of the hospital but awaiting surgery, while Rodgers is in intensive care at a Tulsa hospital. 

Rodgers and Evans were employees of DigiCut.

The crash of the Beechcraft Premier jet killed former OU quarterback Steve Davis and DigitCut owner Wes Caves.

The National Transportation Safety Board has not yet released a preliminary report on the crash.

3/19/2013 Related Story: Investigators Examine Plane Wreckage From Crash That Killed 2 Tulsa Men