4 killed, 2 hurt as rock star's jet crashes - Life - MSNBC.com 4 killed, 2 hurt as rock star's jet crashes NBC: Ex-Blink 182 drummer is critically injured as Learjet goes off runway BREAKING NEWS NBC News and news services updated 28 minutes ago COLUMBIA, S.C. - A Learjet has crashed while departing from a South Carolina airport, killing four people and critically injuring two others including a former member of rock band Blink 182. NBC News reported that Travis Barker, an ex-drummer with the band who also starred in MTV reality show "Meet the Barkers", was among those hurt. He was transported to a burn center in Augusta, Georgia, where he was listed in critical condition on Saturday morning. Barker had performed Friday night at an event alongside Perry Farrell, the former Jane's Addiction singer, as well as Gavin DeGraw and DJ AM. Hospital officials later confirmed that DJ AM, whose real name is Adam Michael Goldstein, had also been admitted to the burn unit in critical condition. It was not clear whether Farrell and DeGraw were also traveling with Barker. Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said the plane carrying six people was departing shortly before midnight Friday from Columbia when air traffic controllers reporting seeing sparks. She said the plane went off the runway and crashed on a nearby road. Bergen said the Lear 60 was headed to Van Nuys, California. She was unable to confirm the names of who was on board. This is a breaking news story. Please check back for updates.