SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY, Pa. -- Two dead bodies are confirmed following an investigation into a plane crash in Northern Pennsylvania.
The World War II twin engine aircraft was reported missing on Labor Day after it crashed on its way from Ohio to Wilkes-Barre. The crash site was discovered in a field about 40 miles north of the airport.
According to reports, the coroner was unable to identify the victims because of the severity of their injuries. The coroner is waiting for dental and medical records to assist with the identification.
The National Transportation Safety Board has moved the wreckage to a secure location to investigate the cause of the crash.