3 killed in plane crash from North Carolina in New York

3 killed in plane crash from North Carolina in New York

JAMESTOWN: Authorities found a small plane wreck in North Carolina Monday that crashed in western New York the day before, killing all three people aboard, the Chautauca County Sheriff’s Office said.
The office said the twin-engine Grumman American GA-7 was found in an area between Route 380 and Route 60 near the city of Ellicott.
The Sheriff’s Office identified the dead as Alan Fuller, Valerie Holmes and Linda Edwards. No other details were released.
The Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement that the crash site is about a mile east of Chautauca County’s Jamestown Airport, where the plane was headed after departing from Burlington Alumni Regional Airport in North Carolina.
The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate.
Weather may be a factor in the disappearance of the aircraft. The Jamestown area was gusting at a speed of about 25 to 30 mph with light snow Sunday night.
Air traffic controllers lost contact with the aircraft before 6 pm Sunday. Officials said that the search for the aircraft was halted around 1 am and resumed after daylight.

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