Redmond pilot Jay R. Uusitalo has been identified as the man killed in a plane crash Saturday near Woodinville, according to the King County Medical Examiner's office.
His cause of death was listed as blunt force injuries to the head, torso and extremities.
Uusitalo, whom KOMO TV identified Sunday as the man who died when a small plane crashed into a Woodinville home, was called an experienced and good pilot, according to .
The Facebook profile of Uusitalo shows him in a small plane. A White Pages search online shows a Redmond address for Uusitalo.
Uusitalo died, and a passenger believed to be his teenaged nephew was critically injured, when his Maule M-5 four-seater crashed into a minivan parked in a driveway of a home in the Ring Hill neighborhood and plowed into the garage door, according to Woodinville Fire and Rescue authorities.
According to National Transportation Safety Board air safety investigator Tom Little, it is believed that the flight originated from the Renton Airport, but that has not been confirmed.
Woodinville Fire & Rescue spokesman David Weed confirmed that the teenage passenger was taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with critical injuries. Patch will update when they find out more about the passenger's current condition. Uusitalo, believed to the boy’s uncle, died at the scene.
Uusitalo is listed as the co-founder and president and CEO of Mobile Experience Solutions, a cellular communications testing firm located in Renton.
The crash is being investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board and officials have said the investigation could take six to nine months.
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