About a week ago, there was a plane crash involving a jet in the Tennessee lake, U.S where seven individuals were assumed dead on the spot.
The small jet (Cessna 501) was conveying the seven individuals when it collided with Percy Priest Lake in Smyrna, a local area close to Nashville, not long after taking off from the Smyrna air terminal.
On board the plane on that awful day May 29 included every one of the seven Remnant Fellowship leaders who lost their lives. Among them were Gwen Shamblin Lara, who was the founder and spiritual head of Remnant Fellowship Church in Brentwood, south of Nashville.
Her better half, Joe Lara who died, was the actor most popular for playing the lead role in the TV series “Tarzan: The Epic Adventures,” which ran from 1996 to 1997.
As indicated by the Fellowship Church, Joe Lara of “Tarzan” fame with his wife Gwen Shamblin Lara were known for their supportive, selfless, loyal, caring, and good companion to everyone.
Meanwhile, Dive teams from Rutherford County Fire Rescue, Metro Nashville Office of Emergency Management, Metro Nashville Police Department and Wilson County Emergency Management recuperated a few parts of the airplane just as human remaining parts from Percy Priest Lake.
The plane was headed for Florida’s Palm Beach International Airport when it smashed.
The airplane was registered to JL and GL Productions LP, situated in Bradwell, Tennessee, as per a Federal Aviation Administration library. JL and GL Productions LP was owned by Gwen Shamblin Lara, as indicated by the Tennessee Secretary of State’s site.