A man who flew to space with William Shatner has tragically died in a plane crash.
Glen de Vries, 49, was aboard the same Blue Origin flight on October 13, as the legendary Star Trek actor who became the oldest man in space.
Businessman and pilot Glen and Thomas P. Fisher, 54, were aboard a single-engine aircraft that crashed in woodland near Lake Kemah, New Jersey at around 4 pm on Thursday.
The plane had been reported missing nearly an hour earlier.
Tech founder de Vries started training for his private pilot licence five years ago with Fisher, who ran flight school Fisher Aviation.
Their plane crash landed on during its 45 mile trip from Essex County Airport to Sussex Airport, according to the FAA, which is investigating the crash with The National Transportation Safety Board.
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