The Los Angeles County coroner's office today identified two more of the four people killed in a private jet crash at Santa Monica Airport.
Earlier, the coroner's office released the name of 28-year-old Lauren Winkler as one of the victims.
The office now has identified Mark Benjamin, a 63-year-old Malibu resident, and 53-year-old San Diego resident Kyla Dupont as two more crash victims, coroner's Assistant Chief Ed Winter said.
The twin-engine Cessna Citation 525A, which took off in Hailey, Idaho, slammed into a hangar after veering off the runway about 6:20 p.m. Sunday as it landed, causing the structure to collapse and sparking an explosive fire that spread to two other hangars.
Benjamin, president of Santa Monica-based Morley Builders, was believed to have been at the controls. According to the company, Benjamin's 28-year-old son Luke also died in the crash, but Luke Benjamin's identity has not been confirmed by the county coroner's office.