Coroner identifies victims of Susquehanna plane crash

By Matt Porter
By Conor Mooney
By Suzanne Proulx

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Coroner identifies victims of Susquehanna plane crash

September 11, 2013 Updated Sep 12, 2013 at 2:07 AM EDT

(WBNG Binghamton) The Susquehanna County Coroner's office released the names of the two people killed in a plane crash in Lenox, Pa.

Thomas Y. Huf and Elaine Huf died from multiple traumatic injuries and their deaths have been ruled accidental.

The plane was en route to Wilkes Barre, Pa., from Sandusky, Ohio.

The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed Sunday the plane found by Pennsylvania State Police burned in a cornfield was the same aircraft that went missing Sept. 2.

The Cessna T-50 crashed with the passengers aboard the vintage World War II twin engine plane, the FAA said.

The plane was found burned out, according to the FAA.

Investigators from the National Transportation and Safety Board and FAA said the crash site is approximately 10 miles north of Factoryville, a borough in Wyoming County.

The FAA said the plane disappeared on Labor Day, Sept. 2.

The pilot did not file a flight plan, so the plane's departure and arrival points for the day could not be confirmed, according to the FAA.

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