Four Bodies Recovered from Site of Small Plane Crash in Connecticut
(EAST HAVEN, Conn.) -- The bodies of four people have been recovered from the remnants of two homes that burned after a small plane crashed into them yesterday in East Haven, Connecticut.
Two children, who were in one of the homes at the time of the crash, were among those killed. The other two bodies found were those of the pilot and his teenage son. The two were traveling to look at colleges.
The small turbo prop plane took off from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey and was on its way to New Haven, Conn., when it crashed into two houses in East Haven on approach to Tweed New Haven Regional Airport on Friday.
The children are believed to be a 1-year-old and a 13-year-old.
Investigators are still searching for any sign of what may have caused the crash.
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