WEDNESDAY 9/29/2021 11:14 a.m.
EAGLE RIVER, Wis. (AP) — Federal aviation officials say three people have died in the crash of a small plane in northern Wisconsin.
National Transportation Safety Board spokesman Keith Holloway says the information about the three fatalities comes from local law enforcement officials, who have not commented publicly on the deaths following Tuesday morning’s crash.
The Federal Aviation Administration says the twin-engine Rockwell International plane went down in a swamp about 12 miles east of Eagle River.
Flight-tracking company FlightAware says the plane is registered to Chesterfield, Missouri-based Surdex Corp., a mapping and data services provider.
The company did not immediately return a call seeking information. The cause of the crash is under investigation.
ORIGINAL: Small plane with 3 aboard crashes in northern Wisconsin
TUESDAY 9/28/2021 4:46 p.m.
EAGLE RIVER, Wis. (AP) — The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a plane crash in northern Wisconsin.
Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Emma Duncan said three people were aboard the twin-engine Rockwell 690B when it crashed in a swamp 12 miles east of Eagle River just before noon Tuesday.
WSAW-TV reports that the FAA and NTSB will investigate. Duncan said the NTSB will provide additional updates. Eagle River is about 150 miles northwest of Green Bay.