Four people were killed aboard a light plane that crashed Monday near Nashville, Tenn. The dead included the pilot, who witnesses and fire officials said saved many lives by narrowly avoiding a nearby YMCA building. The plane, a Gulfstream 690C flying from Grand Bend Municipal Airport in Kansas to John C. Tune-Nashville International Airport, went down shortly before 5 p.m. ET just outside the YMCA in Bellevue, about 15 miles southwest of Nashville. Kathleen Bergen, a spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration, told NBC News it was carrying four people, according to its flight plan. All aboard the plane were killed, police and fire officials said. No injuries were reported at the YMCA, which evacuated as a precaution.