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Three killed after plane crashes into house, NTSB plans to remove wreckage from house

11:18 PM, Jan 5, 2013   |    comments
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PALM COAST Fla. - Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board plan to have all of the plane wreckage and perishable evidence removed from the house on Utica Path in Palm Coast by the end of Saturday.

The Florida High Patrol released the names of three people who died Saturday afternoon.

Those listed among the deceased were the pilot, Michael R. Anders, 57, of Albany, Kentucky and the passengers, Duane L. Shaw, 59, also from Albany, and Charissee M. Peoples, 42, of Indianapolis, Indiana .

Anders declared an emergency around 2:10 p.m. Friday, according to a news release from Debra Johnson, Public Information Officer with the Flagler County Sheriff's Office.

Johnson said the pilot reported the plane was severely shaking.

According to Jim Peters with the FAA, the plane was heading to Knoxville, TN, but he could not give any further information about who was flying the plane before having trouble and trying to land at Flagler County Airport.

The plane crashed into a home on Utica Path around 2:22 p.m. Friday, Johnson said. Before crashing into the roof of the home, FHP said the plane made a "steep descent." A fire then broke out and only portions of the wing remain.

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