Officials: Pilot whose plane crashed in Martha's Vineyard dies
Officials in Massachusetts say the Norwalk pilot whose plane crashed in Martha's Vineyard has died.
Randolph Bonnist died Thursday night.
Flight records show the plane took off from Westchester Airport Saturday afternoon. An hour later it landed on Martha's Vineyard.
Massachusetts officials say Bonnist's wife was the passenger and was not hurt.
State police there believe the landing was due to a medical emergency.
An investigation is underway, but police say no foul play is suspected.