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South Bend Woman Coping With Aftermath of Plane Crash

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) _ A South Bend woman whose home was destroyed when a private jet crashed into it last month is trying to rebuild her life following that deadly crash.
  Diana McKeown tells WSBT-TV she’s dealing with bills, insurance companies and emotional trauma. A small jet crashed into her house March 17, killing former University of Oklahoma quarterback Steve Davis and Tulsa businessman Wes Caves.
  McKeown was pulled by firefighters from the debris of her home. She lost everything except her purse and now lives in a hotel. McKeown says she’s considering rebuilding her house, which she grew up in with her brothers.
  South Bend mayor’s office says the city is still working with McKeown and her neighbors to help them with insurance companies and bills.

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