Services set for family killed in Kentucky plane crash

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A family of four from Nashville, Illinois were killed when their Piper PA-34 reported engine trouble and crashed in Eddyville, Kentucky on January 2, 2015. Killed in the crash were Marty Gutzler (49) pictured here with wife Kimberly Gutzler (45) their daughter, Piper Gutzler (9) and cousin, Sierra Wilder (14). Another daughter, age 7, reportedly walked nearly a mile to a home to report that she was involved with the crash. She has been released from the hospital. Gutzler, a former airline pilot, worked at the family-owned furniture store in Nashville. UPI/Facebook

NASHVILLE, Ill. (AP) – Services are set for three southern Illinois family members and another relative killed in a Kentucky plane crash that a 7-year-old girl survived.

Forty-eight-year-old Marty Gutzler, 46-year-old wife Kimberly Gutzler and their 9-year-old daughter Piper Gutzler died at the scene of the crash of the small plane on Friday. A 14-year-old cousin of Piper’s, Sierra Wilder, also was killed.

The Gutzlers’ other daughter, Sailor Gutzler, crawled from the wreckage and managed to walk roughly a mile while injured and barefoot to a home, telling the resident of the crash.

Campagna Funeral Home in the Gutzlers’ hometown of Nashville, Illinois, says private funeral services for the Gutzlers will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Trinity Lutheran Church in Nashville.

Wilder’s services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Campagna Funeral Home.