Debris Found as Search Continues for Plane That Went Missing near The Bahamas

Prominent New York businesswoman Jennifer Blumin (left) Nathan Ulrich (right), and Blumin’s three- and four-year-old sons were on the plane that went missing.


FLORIDA, United States, Wednesday May 17, 2017 – The US Coast Guard, with assistance from the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, is searching for survivors after a plane carrying four people disappeared from radar in the Bermuda Triangle area near The Bahamas on Monday.

Prominent New York businesswoman, Jennifer Blumin, and her sons – three-year-old Theodore and four-year-old Phineas – were on the private twin-engine turboprop plane heading to Titusville, Florida after leaving Puerto Rico around 11 a.m. on Monday, when the aircraft lost radio contact with the control tower three hours later.

Nathan Ulrich, the 52-year-old ex-husband of actress Rae Dawn Chong, was listed as the pilot.

The plane was at 24,000 feet and about 37 miles east of Eleuthera at last contact.

Search crews located a debris field yesterday, about 15 miles east of Eleuthera, sometime before 3 p.m.

The missing plane is owned by 40-year-old Blumin, founder and CEO of Skylight Group, an event management firm that has a portfolio of venues that include Skylight at Moynihan Station, which has hosted New York Fashion Week shows over the years.

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