Search for Clues in Westchester Plane Crash


NTSB senior chief investigator Ralph Hicks Senior on Armonk plane crash. Photo by Ricky Flores/The Journal News

The latest from LoHud indicates another pilot may have seen problems in the plane that crashed.

A National Transportation Safety Board investigator says the wreckage of a small plane that crashed Saturday after leaving Westchester County Airport, killing a family of three and a friend, gave no immediate clues as the cause of the crash, according to LoHud.

The plane, carrying two adults and two 14-year-old New York City residents, crashed into into the woods in the New York City watershed in Armonk and burst into flames just after 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon.  The occupants were heading to Montauk on Long Island for the afternoon.


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