Investigators seek for pilot of single-engine airplane after it crashes into lake

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The only-engine Cessna 150 crashed into Lake Winnipesaukee close to Gilford, New Hampshire, at about 9:15 p.m., in line with the Federal Aviation Administration.

GILFORD, N.H. (AP) — Investigators searched Sunday for the pilot of a small airplane that crashed right into a New Hampshire lake Saturday night time.

The only-engine Cessna 150 crashed into Lake Winnipesaukee close to Gilford, New Hampshire at about 9:15 p.m., in line with the Federal Aviation Administration.

The pilot was the one particular person on board the airplane.

Investigators carried out a search of the realm Saturday night time and had been capable of find some particles, in line with Sgt. Alex Lopashanski of the New Hampshire Fish and Recreation Division.

Lopashanski mentioned they renewed their seek for the pilot Sunday.

The FAA and the Nationwide Transportation Security Board are investigating the incident. The NTSB will lead the investigation.


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