A young woman was hospitalized in serious condition Saturday, the day after she survived a plane crash in Kansas in which four people died, authorities said.

Hannah N. Luce, 22, of Garden Valley, Texas, suffered burns over 28 percent of her body in the Friday afternoon crash of a twin-engine Cessna 401 near Chanute, Kan., The Kansas City Star reported.

The Kansas Highway Patrol identified those killed as the pilot, Luke F. Sheets, 23, of Ephraim, Wis.; Austin G. Anderson, 27, of Ringwood, Okla.; Garrett V. Coble, 29, of Tulsa, Okla.; and Stephen J. Luth, 22, of Muscatine, Iowa.

The five were on their way from Riverside, Kan., to a Christian rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa, organized by Teen Mania Ministries, which was founded by Luce's father Ron.

"We are so saddened by what happened and ask for all those who have been touched by this ministry in some way to rally around the families of all involved in the crash, especially the four young men who passed away," Ron Luce said in a statement. "They all had a heart for this generation, and were passionately pursuing God's call on their lives."

KOTV-DT, Tulsa, Okla., reported Oral Roberts University President Mark Rutland said Hannah Luce, Anderson, Sheets and Luth were graduates of Oral Roberts University, and Coble had taught at the school. Ron Luce is on the school's board of trustees, Rutland said.

The TV station said the plane struck some trees and burst into flames. A friend of Anderson said the former U.S. Marine pulled Luce from the burning wreckage. The two made their way to a nearby road to get help and Anderson died later at a hospital.

The National Transportation Safety Board was investigating the cause of the crash.