Brother of Uganda Bombing Victim in Plane Crash in N.C.

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- The brother of a man who was killed in terrorist bombings in Uganda was aboard an airplane that crashed at a North Carolina airport.

A family member who asked not to be identified said Kyle Henn was aboard the airplane that crashed around 3 p.m. Monday as it attempted a landing at Horace Williams Airport in Chapel Hill. One person died and two others were injured.

A UNC Health Care spokesman said Henn was in fair condition while the second survivor was in critical condition.

Nate Henn, a native of Wilmington, Del. whose parents live in Raleigh, was killed in Sunday's bombings. Many of the 74 people killed were watching the finals of the World Cup.

The plane was registered to Thomas F. Pitts LLC of Wilmington, Del.