Editor's note: This post has been updated with the identity of the co-pilot who died in Monday's crash of a Learjet near Teterboro Airport.
VICTOR E. SASSON
This evening, HackensackDailyVoice.com identified the co-pilot as Jeffrey Alino, 33.
"There are reports that the plane was upside down when it crashed," Daily Voice reported.
On Tuesday, The Record reported Learjets like the one that crashed have been involved in 61 fatalities from 1979 through 2015.
A May 24, 1988, crash killed four in the middle of the night when a Learjet 35A crashed into "a Woodland Park hillside minutes after it left Teterboro [Airport]."
Federal investigators cited the pilot and co-pilot's "poor judgment and limited experience, as well as 'known deficiencies in equipment,'" Staff Writer Dave Sheingold reported, without elaborating.
And The Record's story makes no attempt to compare the Learjet 35A's safety record to other corporate jets.