Governor Reacts to OSU Crash
Governor Fallin is encouraging colleges in the state to review policies for flights after the death of two OSU coaches last week.
Governor Fallin attended the memorial services at Oklahoma State and says she was shocked and saddened by the plane crash.
The OSU alumnus says the state can play a role in developing new rules and restrictions for flights at universities.
“I will have a discussion with our other universities and see what else we need to do to make sure that not only our teams and our coaches, but who ever might be traveling on behalf of the state on behalf of our universities at sporting events are safe.”
The Governor says the Oklahoma standard for her flying includes two pilots in a twin engine plane.
In a press release, Fallin called Kurt Budke and Miranda Serna mentors and role models who made Oklahoma proud.