Arlo Lloyd and Jenny Pryor went to Mount Harrison in Southeast Idaho last month to find the site of a 1945 crash of a military training flight that killed Jenny’s grandfather, Frank Pryor. Jenny, who previously served as a second lieutenant in the Civil Air Patrol, feels a strong connection to her grandfather who died in the crash and the Civil Air Patrol members who were the first to locate the downed plane.
Arlo Lloyd and Jenny Pryor went to Mount Harrison in Southeast Idaho last month to find the site of a 1945 crash of a military training flight that killed Jenny’s grandfather, Frank Pryor. Jenny, who previously served as a second lieutenant in the Civil Air Patrol, feels a strong connection to her grandfather who died in the crash and the Civil Air Patrol members who were the first to locate the downed plane. Laurie Welch The Times-News via AP
Arlo Lloyd and Jenny Pryor went to Mount Harrison in Southeast Idaho last month to find the site of a 1945 crash of a military training flight that killed Jenny’s grandfather, Frank Pryor. Jenny, who previously served as a second lieutenant in the Civil Air Patrol, feels a strong connection to her grandfather who died in the crash and the Civil Air Patrol members who were the first to locate the downed plane. Laurie Welch The Times-News via AP

Family finds closure on Idaho mountain decades after crash

October 06, 2017 01:16 PM