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Update: Photo gallery of Deb Solsrud, Daryl Ingalsbe and his plane

Daryl Ingalsbe of Spicer, and Deb Osborn Solsrud of New London. 1 / 19
Daryl Ingalsbe of Spicer, Minnesota, and Deb Solsrud of New London, Minnesota, stand by Ingalsbe's Epic aircraft on Oct. 13, 2016, at Willmar Municipal Airport in Willmar, Minnesota. The couple died in the plane's crash Tuesday in Port Orange, Florida. Tribune / Briana Sanchez2 / 19
Epic aircraft world tour participants gather for a photo this past summer. Daryl Ingalsbe of Spicer, Minnesota, and Deb Solsrud of New London, Minnesota, pose for a photo with the group that went on the tour. Submitted photo3 / 19
Epic aircraft world tour participants gather for a photo in Greenland this past summer. Daryl Ingalsbe of Spicer, Minnesota, and Deb Solsrud of New London, Minnesota, pose for a photo with the group that went on the tour. 4 / 19
Deb Solrud's Facebook profile photo5 / 19
Daryl Ingalsbe Photo / Epic Aircraft6 / 19
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Daryl Ingalsbe exits his Epic aircraft on Oct. 13 at the Willmar Municipal Airport. Briana Sanchez / Tribune 8 / 19
Daryl Ingalsbe, pilot, talks about the views he had when he flew around the world. Ingalsbe remembers Russia being the most different place he visited. Briana Sanchez / Tribune 9 / 19
Daryl Ingalsbe, pilot, prepares for a flight to Oregon Thursday, Oct. 13, at his air plan hanger at the Willmar Municipal Airport. Ingalsbe has been flying since 1990. Briana Sanchez / Tribune 10 / 19
Daryl Ingalsbe, pilot, pushes his Epic air craft out of his air plane hanger at the Willmar Municipal Airport Thursday, Oct. 13. Ingalsbe is on his way to Oregon for a meeting. Briana Sanchez / Tribune11 / 19
Daryl Ingalsbe takes off in his Epic aircraft on Oct. 13 from the Willmar Municipal Airport on a flight to Oregon. Briana Sanchez / Tribune 12 / 19
Daryl Ingalsbe, pilot, built his Epic air craft in 2009. Ingalsbe flew this aircraft around the world as part of an Epic aircraft trip. Briana Sanches / Tribune13 / 19
A crane removes the plane that crashed in a front yard at Spruce Creek Fly-in in Port Orange, Florida. Daytona Beach News-Journal/Llyna Longa14 / 19
Daryl Ingalsbe pilots an Epic aircraft. He built this plane in 2009. Briana Sanchez / Tribune 15 / 19
A crane removes the plane that crashed in a front yard at Spruce Creek Fly-in in Port Orange, Florida. Daytona Beach News-Journal/Llyna Longa16 / 19
A crane removes the plane that crashed in a front yard at Spruce Creek Fly-in in Port Orange, Florida. Daytona Beach News-Journal/Llyna Longa17 / 19
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Epic aircrafts line up while parked at an airplane hanger in Russia during the Epic aircraft world tour this past summer. Submitted photo19 / 19

Here is a gallery of photos  related to the Spruce Creek, Fla., Fly-In Plane Crash.

The 2009 single-engine Epic LT plane involved in the crash had left the Willmar airport earlier in the day and is owned by Independent Technologies Inc., which lists Daryl Ingalsbe, of Spicer, as the president and CEO.

Local sources say that New London businesswoman Deb Solsrud — an active community member in the New London-Spicer School District — was killed in the crash.

 Related: Story links on the Ingalsbe-Solsrud deaths Tuesday in a plane crash
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