Dead pilot in Sonoma County crash identified
SONOMA — Authorities have identified the man killed in a small plane crash in California that also left three other people hospitalized, including two who were airlifted to a hospital.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports 38-year-old William Sachs Goldman died when the single-engine aircraft carrying four people crashed on Thursday. The plane went down about 1,000 feet from a regional airport in Sonoma County.
Goldman, an assistant professor at the University of San Francisco, was the grandson of the late well-known San Francisco philanthropists Richard and Rhoda Goldman.