A plane crash at the Thunder Over the Blue Ridge air show killed a pilot Saturday afternoon. While details of the crash were scarce, the West Virginia Air Force said the pilot was a civilian. The plane involved, a World War II–era aircraft, is registered to John Mangan, who is a graduate of the Air Force Academy and has more than 4,000 flying hours. The plane was flying as part of a six-plane formation from the T-28 Warbird Aerobatic Formation Demonstration Team, which is based in Cincinnati, and it crashed during a stunt that involves two planes flying belly to belly. After the stunt, the plane wobbled and fell to the ground. No other injuries were reported, but the rest of the air show has been canceled.