Mystery Dunn County plane crash leaves investigators searching debris

January’s 3 person fatality Wisconsin plane crash leaves NTSB clueless.

Eau Claire, WI (–The Dunn County Sheriff’s Department investigators and officials with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) have yet to determine the cause of a fatal plane crash in January. All three people on board the plane including the pilot died in the airplane crash just north of Menomonie, Wisconsin reports WQOW news Eau Claire.

According to air traffic control, the pilot denied any problems with ice just before disappearing from radar and crashing. The cause of the aviation accident is unknown to federal and local Dunn County authorities. Property owners are asked if they find plane crash wreckage, specifically plexiglass from the windshield or any remains from a possible bird strike to contact the Dunn County Sheriff’s Department at (715) 232-1348. aviation accident news for Wisconsin airplane crash litigators.

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