Investigation Into Jet Crash That Killed Prominent Pastor Myles Munroe Set to Begin

Myles Munroe and his wife were among the crash victims.

— -- A full investigation is slated to begin today, one day after a private Lear jet crashed on approach near Grand Bahama International Airport, killing everyone on board, including a prominent pastor and his wife.

All passengers on the flight died, with nine people reportedly on board, the Royal Bahamas Police Force said.

"Ambassador Young expresses his deep sadness over the tragic death of his friends Dr. Myles and Mrs. Ruth Munroe," the organization posted on its Facebook page. "He offers condolences to the Munroe family and the families of the other souls who lost their lives as a result of this shocking plane crash."

Senior vice president and pastor Richard Pinder also died in the crash, ABC News has learned.

Members of Munroe’s organization sobbed and wailed when they learned of the crash.

The group was traveling to the Bahamas to attend a Global Leadership Forum arranged by Munroe. That event will continue, according to a statement posted to Munroe’s Facebook page.

“This is what Dr. Munroe would have wanted,” it said. “Please keep his family and the ministry in prayers.”

William M. Wilson, the president of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where Munroe was a student and later adjunct professor, released a statement after Munroe’s death.

“His energy and enthusiasm for imparting Spirit Empowered Christianity to new generations was contagious,” Wilson said in the statement.

A representative of the Bahamas Air accident investigation and prevention unit confirmed the crash to ABC News, but declined to identify the victims.

The cause of the crash is unknown.