BREAKING: Missing April 14 plane found near Old Woman Bay (Update)

Missing plane was discovered by civilian aircraft in Lake Superior Provincial Park

Update

According to OPP Officer Trevor Tremblay, the civilian aircraft that found the missing plane was actively searching for the crash site with an OPP helicopter.

“It wasn’t easy to see from above,” said Tremblay. “I don’t know the details of how they found it at this point.”

John Fehr and pilot Brian Slingerland, the two occupants of the plane, are believed to be inside the wreckage.

Tremblay describes the area as heavily wooded and somewhat marshy nearby, in the middle of the foothills of Lake Superior.

The cause of the incident is undetermined at this time as the investigation is ongoing.

“As you can imagine, it’s a horrible tragedy for both families and finding the plane comes with a variety of emotions,” he says. “Members of the Transportation Safety Board will begin investigating the possible causes from now on.”

Original story

The Ontario Provincial Police has just confirmed that on Saturday evening, a civilian aircraft located the aircraft that has been missing since April 14.

The device was found in Lake Superior Provincial Park, about two kilometers east of Old Woman Bay.

Members of the Transportation Safety Board will be present and investigating.

The search for the missing plane lasted 10 days before it was finally called off on April 24.

We’ll update this story as new information becomes available.

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