Crash investigators will say in 10 days what may have led a twin-engine airplane to crash in the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge Saturday, killing the Central Florida man on board.
A salvage company will spend the next three to four days plumbing the swampy marsh 20 miles west of Boynton Beach for the plane’s wreckage and move it to a dry location for a full investigation—which may last a year or more, a National Transportation Safety Board spokesman said Sunday.
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