Federal investigators give replace on Litchfield aircraft crash 

The Nationwide Transportation Security Bureau launched some particulars Wednesday afternoon in regards to the crash of a small twin-propeller aircraft in Litchfield Tuesday night time.

The Beech C-99 was working as a cargo flight for Wiggins Air and crashed below unknown circumstances half a mile from Wales Airport, in response to the bureau. There have been two individuals on board who suffered deadly accidents, however the bureau has not launched their names or different particulars about them.

In an announcement, the bureau stated the aircraft was on a coaching flight and had no cargo on board. It took off from Auburn-Lewiston Airport and was seen flying southwest towards O’Connell’s Subject earlier than it crashed in a closely wooded space.

Ethan Andrews is the night time editor. He was previously the managing editor at The Free Press and labored as a reporter for The Republican Journal and Pen Bay Pilot.
Extra by Ethan Andrews