DeKalb County officials on Thursday said 59-year-old Leslie Csanyi and 60-year-old Scott Robert Lowrie were killed Wednesday.
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DeKalb County officials on Thursday said 59-year-old Leslie Csanyi and 60-year-old Scott Robert Lowrie were killed Wednesday.

The victims of Wednesday's plane crash in suburban Atlanta have been identified as two North Carolina men.

DeKalb County officials on Thursday said 59-year-old Leslie Csanyi and 60-year-old Scott Robert Lowrie both lived in Salisbury, North Carolina, the plane's intended destination.

The two were aboard a Piper PA-28 plane that crashed shortly after taking off from DeKalb-Peachtree Airport.

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Federal Aviation Administration records show Csanyi had a commercial pilot's license. North Carolina public records show Csanyi was the president of LGC Consulting, which served manufacturers.

The plane crashed into a townhome complex, damaging a unit where no one was home.

A large section of wall and part of the roof was knocked out of a building. DeKalb County Fire Marshal Joe Cox declared six units unsafe.