'No signs of life' in crash of small airplane in Montana


The Yellowstone County Sheriff’s Pickle of work says a minute airplane crashed north of Billings, and Sheriff Mike Linder says there have confidence been “no signs of lifestyles” in the wreckage

January 12, 2020, 9: 26 PM

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BILLINGS, Mont. — A minute airplane crashed shut to Billings, and there have confidence been “no signs of lifestyles” in the wreckage, Yellowstone County officials acknowledged Sunday.

The Cessna 182 crashed round 6 p.m. Saturday, in step with theFederal Aviation Administration. The wreckage changed into stumbled on Sunday morning between Billings and Roundup, Sheriff Mike Linder suggested The Billings Gazette.

Linder acknowledged his office changed into tranquil searching for to seek out out what number of contributors have confidence been on board. The FAA acknowledged the airplane had four occupants. A Cessna 182 is a single-engine airplane, in overall with four seats.

It looked the airplane hit a guy-wire on a 200-foot (61-meter) antenna tower on a mountain, went off the edge and tumbled down the facet of the mountain, Linder acknowledged.

A Montana Highway Patrol drone changed into going to be outdated to file fraction of the atomize space. Coroner Cliff Mahoney, Deputy Coroner Neatly off Hoffman and assert medical examiner Dr. Robert Kurtzman also answered to the atomize space, the newspaper reported.

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