- Last Updated: 1:01 PM, May 14, 2012
- Posted: 1:00 PM, May 14, 2012
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- The lone survivor of a Kansas plane crash, who was pulled out of the flaming wreckage, was scheduled to undergo skin grafts Monday to treat her severe burns.
Hannah Luce, 22, was listed in stable but serious condition at the University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City, Kan., ABC News reported, with burns covering 28 percent of her body.
Three of the five people on board the twin-engine Cessna -- pilot Luke Sheets, 23; Garrett Coble, 29; and Stephen Luth, 22 -- were killed in the crash.
The other survivor, 27-year-old Austin Anderson, died later at a Kansas hospital. Anderson pulled Luce from the burning wreckage when it went down near Chanute, Kan., about 90 miles northwest of Joplin, Mo., according to ABC News.
The five were on their way to the Christian youth rally Acquire the Fire in Iowa when the plane experienced unknown problems, landed in a field and skidded into several trees before bursting into flames.
National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) officials have finished documenting the scene of the crash and will issue a preliminary report within the next few days, according to Tulsa World.
A final report determining the probable cause of the accident will take about a year to complete, NTSB spokesman Peter Knudson said.