Police have identified the second person killed in a plane crash that claimed the life of NASCAR modified champion racer Ted Christopher in Connecticut.
Police said Sunday that 81-year-old Charles Dundas, a resident of New York and Florida, was killed in the Saturday crash.
The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that two people were aboard a small Mooney M20C plane that went down in the woods near the North Branford-Guilford border shortly before 2 p.m. Police say the crash killed the pilot and passenger.
NASCAR officials identified the 59-year-old Christopher as the passenger. Christopher was to have competed Saturday night at Riverhead Raceway in New York.
Police say they don’t know where the plane took off or where it was headed. The FAA is investigating. The National Transportation Safety Board also will investigate.