Stall/spin is what makes airplanes fall out of the sky. That Cessna was not flying when it crashed. It was plummeting.
Thinking that little Cessna has a pretty good glide ratio.
Why assume he ran out of fuel. isn't it as likely, if not more so, that he suffered a heart attack, spasm at the controls, at the plane went in..an autopsy will tell.
One of the most common mistakes made when power is lost is to try to stretch the glide.
Trying to make a field just a little bit past that tree line or village or whatever.
That always ends in a stall spin close to the ground.
One must maintain the proper speed and take whatever comes because a crash under control beats a loss of control crash every time.
We don’t know what happened. The check I just made on the weather conditions at 5:00PM yesterday showed winds gusting to 35. It could have been something as simple as loss of control in turbulence.