The famous composer James Horner, who received an Oscar for the music for the film "Titanic" and the song My heart will go on, died in a plane crash. The crash happened in the U.S. state of California.
Information about the crash is owned by Horner, occurred on the night of Tuesday, June 23. The tragedy happened 60 miles North of Santa Barbara. Emergency services arrived he found that in the time of the catastrophe on Board was located exclusively pilot. His body was found under the wreckage of the aircraft.
To establish the victim's identity has not yet happened. Counsel Horner stated that James did not go in contact with him, therefore, most likely, crashed exactly. Later, the assistant composer Sylvia Patricia had approved his death in a plane crash, reports LifeNews.
"A terrible tragedy struck my family. I need some time for solitude, to recover. We lost a great person with a huge heart and enormous talent. He died doing what he loved. Thank you for the support and love, I'll see you in another life. With love, Sylvia," wrote it on its own page in Facebook.
James Roy Horner is an American film music composer of Austro-Czech origin. The owner of 2 Academy awards and 2 Golden globes 1998 for the music and the song for the film "Titanic". Also was the composer of the movie "Jumanji", "the Boy in the striped pajamas", "mind Games", "Other", "Commando", "the Mask of Zorro", "Bicentennial man", "Troy", "Avatar", "New Spiderman" and many others. At Horner is survived by his wife and two daughters.