The death toll from Friday's deadly plane crash at the National Championship Air Races in Stead has risen to 10.
Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center says one person who had been hospitalized died Monday morning. Six people remain hospitalized at Saint Mary's; one is in critical condition, the remaining five are in serious condition.
On Friday, seven people were killed at the scene, including the pilot 74-year-old Jimmy Leeward. Two people also died at Renown Regional Medical Center.
The Washoe County Medical Examiner's Office released four names of the deceased Sunday night:
Sharon Stewart; Reno, Nevada (47 years old)
George Hewitt, Bellingham, Washington (60 years old)
Gregory Morcom; Stanwood, Washington (47 years old)
Regina Bynum; San Angelo, Texas (53 years old)
NTSB investigators spent the weekend mapping the crash scene, collecting evidence and gathering what NTSB member Mark Rosekind called "tremendous amounts of material," including spectator videos and photos.
Officials also recovered an onboard data box and camera equipment believed to be from the plane.
Pilot Jimmy Leeward was among those killed when his modified WWII-era P-51 Mustang fighter plane, dubbed the Galloping Ghost, crashed nose-first into a section of VIP box seats. (AP)
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