Responders in Ketchikan, Alaska have begun to recover the wreckage of the planes that collided earlier this week, according to federal accident investigators. The larger of the floatplanes was recovered and put on a barge to be transported to Ketchikan, National Transportation Safety Board member Jennifer Homendy said Wednesday. The NTSB has a team of investigators from Washington, D.C., at the scene.
The recovery of the smaller plane has begun and will take longer because of the large debris field from that aircraft, Homendy said.
Six people died in the collision on Monday. Ten others survived the crash over an inlet in southeast Alaska near Ketchikan, a cruise ship port community. All 14 passengers were off the cruise ship Royal Princess, which is on a seven-day trip in Alaska.
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