Ten people died in the crash when a World War II-era P-51 Mustang fighter plane called The Galloping Ghost, plunged into the VIP section. The 74-year-old stunt pilot was among the dead in the nation's deadliest air racing disaster.
The shrapnel from the crash sprayed the crowd, leaving dozens more with severed limbs, including fingers, legs and arms.
Since the crash, authorities in Reno have been flooded with calls from around the country, as relatives and friends worry about the whereabouts of spectators.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the incident. A preliminary report could come by the end of the week, but determining the cause will likely take months.