UPDATE: INQUIRER OWNER, WIFE OF POLITICIAN KILLED IN PLANE CRASH

The co-owner of the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper and the wife of a Longport commissioner are among the dead following a plane crash in Massachusetts Saturday night.  Lewis Katz recently won a bidding war to gain ownership of the newspaper.  He and Anne Leeds, the wife of Longport Commissioner James Leeds, were two of the seven people killed when the plane crashed in Bedford.  Witnesses say the plane caught fire, crashed, and a large fireball ensued.  The plane was headed to the Atlantic City International Airport.

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