Dayton Air Show honors killed in crash

The Dayton Air show observed moment of silence for those killed in crash.

The Dayton Air Show continued Sunday after a horrifying crash that killed two people Saturday.

Organizers reopened the show, saying that's what the performers would have wanted.

The crowd observed a moment of silence to honor pilot Charlie Schwenker and stunt walker Jane Wicker. Both were killed instantly when their bi-plane crashed onto the runway and burst into flames.

The accident happened in its third featured performance. No one else was injured. The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the crash.