Wisconsin Air Crash Takes Four Lives, Reports

AMERY, Wis. — According to reports four people have died in a small air crash. The airplane, Beech M35 aircraft, crashed in a field just southwest of Amery. All four occupants were from Wisconsin.

Polk County Sheriff’s Office in a statement said that the department was informed about the crash  before 5:30 p.m. in Alden, on Monday.

Representatives who acknowledged discovered a single-engine Beechcraft plane smoldering in the field. The statement explained how the engine-men extinguished the fire and the remainders of four passengers were spotted inside the aircraft.

Currently, the remains are under examination at Medical examiner’s office in Anoka, Minnesota, for further identifications and autopsies.

The National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration are inspecting.

No particulars like names or ages of occupants who died, have been released. The sheriff’s department has claimed that further information will be disclosed subsequent to Tuesday’s meeting with NTSB and FAA officials.


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