Charlie Schwenker and wing-walker Jane Wicker lost their lives
Two people have died in a plane crash at the Vectren Dayton Air Show in Ohio on Saturday, June 22.*User discretion is advised as the video contains shocking, disturbing imagery.
80,000 people watched as a Boeing IB75A Stearman piloted by Charlie Schwenker came plummeting down, bursting into flames upon impact.
64-year old Schwenker and his wing-walker, 44-year-old Jane Wicker, both died in the accident at roughly 1 p.m.
The crash at Dayton International Airport in Vandalia is the second one registered in the history of the air show.
The first incident of this nature was recorded in 2007, when pilot Jim LeRoy was killed while bringing down a Pitts Special S2S Bulldog II during an X-Team performance.
According to the Examiner, Schwenker couldn't recover from a low-level inverted pass and the aircraft came crashing down. The plane was previously used in military training.