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UPDATE: Cause Of Fatal Plane Crash Still Unknown; Investigation Could Take Months

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Emergency personnel are at the scene of a small plane crash in Westhampton. Dana Shaw

Emergency personnel are at the scene of a small plane crash in Westhampton. Dana Shaw

Emergency personnel are at the scene of a small plane crash in Westhampton. Dana Shaw

Emergency personnel are at the scene of a small plane crash in Westhampton. Dana Shaw

A U.S. Army Ryan L-17A Navion

A U.S. Army Ryan L-17A Navion

 similar to the one involved in the crash on Sunday

similar to the one involved in the crash on Sunday

 on the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Leyte (CV-32)

on the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Leyte (CV-32)

 in 1950.

in 1950.

Dan Boggs

Dan Boggs

 a chief investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board at Monday's press conference.   DANA SHAW

a chief investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board at Monday's press conference. DANA SHAW

Dan Boggs

Dan Boggs

 a chief investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board at Monday's press conference.   DANA SHAW

a chief investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board at Monday's press conference. DANA SHAW

Dan Boggs

Dan Boggs

 a chief investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board at Monday's press conference.   DANA SHAW

a chief investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board at Monday's press conference. DANA SHAW

Captain Salvatore Garcia of Army National Guard unit from Ronkonkoma at Monday's press conference.  DANA SHAW

Captain Salvatore Garcia of Army National Guard unit from Ronkonkoma at Monday's press conference. DANA SHAW

The wreckage of the plane that crashed on Sunday afternoon at Gabreski Airport was removed on Tuesday. DANA SHAW

The wreckage of the plane that crashed on Sunday afternoon at Gabreski Airport was removed on Tuesday. DANA SHAW

The wreckage of the plane that crashed on Sunday afternoon at Gabreski Airport was removed on Tuesday. DANA SHAW

The wreckage of the plane that crashed on Sunday afternoon at Gabreski Airport was removed on Tuesday. DANA SHAW

authorMichael Wright on Feb 26, 2017
UPDATE: Monday, 5:30 p.m. Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board said Monday afternoon that they have just started their examination of a plane crash that killed two men—passengers Arieh... more

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