Four people were killed in a plane crash near Glasgow, Kentucky Sunday afternoon.
According to Burkesville attorney, Stephen Pointdexter, Scott Foster was a respected attorney with a law office in Somerset, Kentucky.
The Daily News will provide more information as it becomes available. The four were traveling back to Kentucky following a hunting trip in Tennessee, according to WKYT, the Herald-Leader's reporting partner.
'#TNDucks #Ducks #Cut'em, ' he said in the photo post showing that they had checked in at Reelfoot Lake at 7.41am.
Local police said three victims were pronounced dead at the scene, and a fourth later died at a hospital.
Hodges described the state of the plane, saying it looks to have hit some treetops before being halted by one of the trees. The total scene spans around 500 feet (152 meters), according to the AP.
"We've contacted the (Federal Aviation Administration)", Hodges said.
First responders had to be lowered by ropes down an earthen embankment to mark evidence for the investigation.
Due to fading daylight, state police were in the process as of 4:40 p.m. of locking down the scene until the FAA crew arrives, which will probably be early Monday morning, Hodges said.