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New Details on Fulton plane crash
EPHRATAH - The NTSB has released its preliminary investigation to a plane crash back on May 24.
Investigators say the Piper-PA-34-200T broke apart in midair near Johnstown.
The plane changed its flight plan multiple times, first heading near Ephratah on a northwest heading, then altered to a north-northeast course, then descended towards the south.
The report also stated the wreckage path measured one mile in length.
John Campbell, the pilot, was killed along with Evelyn Amerosa, who was a passenger on the plane. Evelyn's husband Frank was also on the plane. His body has not been found, and he is presumed dead.
There has been to answer on why the plane broke apart.