Faribault crash site investigated
National Transportation Safety Board Officials along with the Federal Aviation Administration willl arrive in Faribault, Minn. later today to begin investigation on the crash site of a plane that killed four people Sunday at the Faribault municipal airport.
Faribault Interim Police Chief Daniel Collins said that no one on the plane survived the crash that happened around 3 p.m. Sunday on one of the runways at the airport.
The names of the four victims have not yet been released.
As officials begin to investigate the crash site, the cause of the crash is still unclear.
On Monday, FAA spokesperson Elizabeth Isham Cory reported that the plane was making a second attempt to land before flipping over and bursting into flames.
Collins said that maybe wind gusts reaching 20 miles per hour contributed to the crash.