The Transportation Safety Board says it’s wrapping up on-site operations in its investigation into the small plane crash near Kelowna last week that killed all four people aboard, including former Alberta premier Jim Prentice.
It says examination and documentation of the wreckage scene about 10 kilometres northeast of the Kelowna airport is complete and investigators have collected the data they needed from the accident site.
The wreckage will be removed by helicopter and taken to a warehouse for further analysis in what the TSB says will be a challenging investigation because the Cessna Citation wasn’t carrying flight-data or cockpit voice recorders.
It says nothing definitive has been found yet, but over the coming weeks additional information will be gathered in a number of areas, including weather conditions, aircraft maintenance records, pilot training and medical history.
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