Human remains found in plane wreck Oscoda Township

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Oscoda Township – Authorities believe human remains found at the site of a wrecked plane in rural northern Michigan are a pilot from Florida reported missing some hours earlier.

The Beechcraft King Air 250

The wreckage of the 10-passenger twin-turboprop King Air plane was found Tuesday morning in woods several miles west of Oscoda Wurtsmith Airport, about 130 miles (210 kilometers) north of Detroit.

The pilot was a 33 year old male from Orlando, FL and is believed to be the only occupant at the time of the crash. reports reports that Michigan State Police say the plane was a Kalitta Air charter that originated in Ypsilanti, but that a positive identification of the remains has not yet been made.

Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Tony Molinaro says the pilot was a 33-year-old man from Orlando, Florida.

The pilot was believed to be the aircraft’s lone occupant.

Ground crews located the wreckage of a dual propeller King Air, 10 passenger plane.
At approximately 7:30 a.m. on Sept. 25, 2018, the Iosco County Central Dispatch received contact from the FAA in reference to a missing plane. The plane went missing while in route to Kalitta Air in Oscoda, MI.


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