A single-engine turboprop plane crashed in Utah Lake Thursday while on its final approach to Provo Municipal Airport. Only about 25 percent of the plane had been recovered from the debris field, and none of the three passengers on the plane had been rescued or recovered.
According to Salt Lake City’s KUTV.com:
Teams have used a grid-approach to search the lake, working outward from the area believed to be in the plane’s last known flight path and aligned with the Provo airport’s runway. They’re also considering how factors like wind, weather and current can move debris.
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