Tesla Motors has released more information on the victims of the Feb. 17 crash of a private plane owned by one of the company's executives. According to a blog on the company's Web site, the victims of the crash were Tesla employees Doug Bourn, Brian Finn and Andrew Ingram. Here are details about the trio, from the blog: Doug Bourn, 56, was a senior electrical engineer and a five-year employee of the company. He was deeply involved in many aspects of the Roadster program. He loved to fly and was a flight instructor. Brian Finn, 42, was a senior interactive electronics manager with Tesla since July 2008. He was devoted to using technology to bring the car and its driver together, and was part of a team that was developing the infotainment screen and user interface for the Model S. Andrew Ingram, 31, was an electrical engineer with Tesla for two and a half years. He was passionate about electronics and audio systems.
Update on Tesla plane crash
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