(Glenwood, MN) — One of the people killed in a plane crash in Pembroke Pines, Florida earlier this week was a former western Minnesota businessman. Seventy-one-year-old Grant Hustad Jr. was in the single-engine plane with 63-year-old Yaacov Nahom when it slammed into an SUV, killing a four-year-old boy, on Monday. At one point, Hustad lived in Glenwood and operated a farm implement business there. Both men in the plane were certified pilots. The NTSB is still investigating the crash.