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The wreckage of the single-engine Cessna aircraft was discovered on Thursday, about 60 kilometres east of Marathon, Ont., near White River. No body was found at the crash site and there were no footprints in the area surrounding the downed plane.
“When (the pilot) exited, and how (the pilot) exited, is still a mystery,” Transportation Safety Board of Canada senior investigator Peter Rowntree said Monday.
In his 20 years as an investigator, Rowntree said the Manitouwadge-area crash is one of the more intriguing cases to which he’s been assigned. “Certainly, it’s unusual,” he said. “Normally when you go to a crash site, there is someone there.”
By the time emergency personnel arrived at the site of a Kansas plane crash this week, the uninjured pilot already had:
Cleaned his personal belongings out of the plane.
Walked to a nearby bank.
Attended a business meeting.
Called federal aviation and transportation officials.
And caught a ride out of town.
originally posted by: RazorV66
The plane was found crashed with the controls on autopilot 400 miles north of Harbor Springs in Manitouwadge, Canada.
Could just be a suicide, but a strange story.