Two men killed in the crash of a twin-engine, eight-seater Cessna 421 in the Oquirrh Mountains Wednesday have been identified.

The bodies of H. Max Green, 50, Bountiful, the pilot, and Kari Christensen, 36, Salt Lake City, were found about 9 a.m. in the plane's fuselage by Salt Lake County sheriff's office search and rescue crews.The plane, which crashed at 9,700-foot level on the west face of 10,589-foot Lowe Peak, was bound for Salt Lake International Airport from St. George. During the pilot's last conversation with the airport tower, he requested landing information.