OSHKOSH (WKOW) -- There are conflicting reports Tuesday night about the condition of NASCAR team owner Jack Roush, who's plane crashed at the EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh.
Officials say a twin-engine jet registered to Roush Fenway Racing crashed as it attempted to land shortly after 6 p.m. Tuesday night.
A spokesman for Roush Fenway racing told the Associated Press Roush was OK after the crash, but a spokesperson at Theda Clark Hospital in Neenah tells WBAY that a 68-year-old man is in critical condition following a plane crash in Oshkosh. Jack Roush is 68 years old.
According to AirVenture organizers, the National Transportation Safety Board says two people were on the plane, Roush and Brenda Strickland. Authorities say Strickland suffered non-life threatening injuries.
The NTSB is leading the investigation into the crash.
Stay with WKOW.com for more on this developing story.
OSHKOSH (WKOW) -- Two people survived a plane crash at the EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh.
Around 6:15 pm, a twin-engine jet crashed while it was on approach to land. It appears the plane split in half.
Officials say the plane is registered to Roush Fenway Racing.
We're told a man and a woman were on board. Reports from NASCAR beat writers indicate that it was the owners of Roush Fenway Racing, Jack Roush and his wife. They were both able to walk off the plane and get into an ambulance.
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