A 7-year-old girl who survived a plane crash in eastern Kentucky walked away from the wreckage to seek help at the nearest doorstop on Friday. Larry Wilkins, 71, told NBC News he was watching the local news in his Buckberry Trail home when he heard a knock at the door. “The little girl come to my door. She was bleeding pretty bad, her legs were bleeding, her face had a bloody nose. She was barefoot, only had one sock on,” Wilkins said. “She told me that her mom and her dad were dead, and she was in a plane crash, and the plane was upside down. She asked if she could stay here. I said, ‘Honey, what can I do for you?’ I got a wash cloth and cleaned her up. And of course called 911.” Two adults, both in their mid-40s, and their 9-year-old daughter and 14-year-old niece were killed in the crash.