Investigation into Baker plane crash continues
BAKER- The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are leading the investigation into how and why that plane crashed in a Baker neighborhood yesterday.
So far both agencies have not been able to uncover the exact cause. However, the NTSB says they will remove the plane by Sunday afternoon.
Which is good news for Reverend Michael Smith who hasn't been back to his home since it went up in flames after the crash.
"It's about a million and one chance that a plane is gonna end up in your back yard but we don't question nothing and we take it as it goes and make the best out of the situation," he says.
The Red Cross has provided the family with a hotel room to stay in.
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