A 65-year-old man died in a plane crash earlier this month, and, this week, the National Transportation Safety Board released a report on the crash.
The accident occurred eleven miles away from Miles City in Montana. The man had been traveling back to Montana after flying the plane in Wisconsin for thirty days. According to a woman who witnessed the crash, the plane was flying low when it suddenly made a "poof" sound and crashed. She said she was unable to see the plane through the smoke that the crash created.
The NTSB has been searching through the wreckage to figure out what caused the crash. They have been unable to determine the cause so far, although some have speculated that the crash was due to a defect in the plane.
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