A photo provided by the Indiana State Police shows the wreckage from a small plane crash Saturday night, Dec. 16, 2017, in southeastern Indiana. Sgt. Stephen Wheeles says the crash of the single-engine Cessna plane near Oldenburg, Indiana, killed three people and one dog aboard the aircraft. A second dog survived. Wheeles says the plane was traveling from Kansas City, Missouri, to Frederick, Maryland, and had taken off from an airport outside Columbus, Indiana, before crashing. The names of the victims haven't been released. (Indiana State Police via AP) (AP)

Three people killed in the crash of a small plane in Indiana were identified Monday as two residents of the Washington area and the adult daughter of one of them. .

One was Dr. Louis R. Cantilena Jr., a professor of medicine and pharmacology at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, according to Dr. Richard W. Thomas, the university’s president. His daughter, Amy, also died, Thomas said in a statement.

Amy Cantilena held a PhD in molecular and integrative physiology, and had been accepted into the University of Kansas Medical Center’s MD/PhD physician scientist training program.

The other man killed was Paul F. Schuda, according to a statement from the Civil Air Patrol, which quoted the Associated Press.

The CAP, an Air Force auxiliary, said Schuda was an official of the patrol’s National Capital Wing. It said he was the wing’s standardization/evaluation officer, and assistant director of operations.

Schuda is listed as the director of the training center of the National Transportation Safety Board. The uniformed services university described him as a friend of Cantilena’s family.

Cantilena was flying the single-engine plane that crashed near Oldenburg, Ind., on Saturday. It was en route from Kansas City, Mo., to an airport in Frederick County, Md. Cantilena was a member of the CAP’s national Congressional Squadron, the patrol said.