Berkeley County Coroner Bill Salisbury says that the assemblage of 30-year-old Joseph Johnson of Moncks Corner was situated by jumpers at 4:30 pm on Wednesday, July 8. Mr. Johnson was the missing pilot from the plane impact including a F-16 and a Cessna. A dissection of both bodies will be done on Thursday, July 9. His dad, Michael Johnson, 68, was the traveler in the Cessna that smashed and murdered them two. Michael Johnson’s body was discovered Wednesday, July 7. Around then, they had discovered Joseph Johnson’s wallet, however not his body.
The Berkeley County Coroner affirmed the characters of the two individuals on board a Cessna that crashed in mid-air with a F-16.
Michael Johnson, 68, and his child, Joseph Johnson, 30, were killed when the impact happened soon after 11am Tuesday over Lewisfield Plantation. Joseph Johnson was steering the plane, and the previous evening, his uncle advised News2 that he was planning to turn into a business pilot. The uncle says the two were traveling to Myrtle Beach, and afterward crosscountry, to log the preparation hours Joe required.
Michael Johnson’s wife likewise posted on Facebook the previous evening, saying “My excellent, huge hearted child and his marvelous father passed on today in a plane accident… please keep me in your requests to God.”
At a question and answer session in Moncks Corner on Wednesday, the NTSB joined the Bill Salisbury, Berkeley County Coroner and Chief of Berkeley County Rescue Squad and Berkeley County Sheriff, Duane Lewis. The NTSB said they will be driving the examination of the accident and are concentrating on the mischance site of the Cessna on Wednesday and the F-16 mishap site on Thursday. The general population docket will in the long run be discharged including photographs and proclamations from witnesses and 60 to 90 days after the arrival of the docket, a rundown of what happened will be discharged.
A news discharge from Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter says the plane pilot launched out securely and parachuted to the ground.
Berkeley County Rescue Squad posted this feature of the inquiry on the water.