Helicopter arrived in St. Mary's to move the wreckage.
ANCHORAGE- The process of determining the cause of a deadly plane crash resumes in St. Mary’s.
A helicopter from Anchorage has now arrived in St. Mary’s to move the wreckage to the St. Mary’s airport, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.
The Cessna 208 crashed about a mile away from the airport last month. Four people died and six people survived.
The NTSB reported weather in St. Mary’s and Anchorage had delayed the arrival of the helicopter.
Once the chopper relocates the plane from the crash site, the NTSB said a cargo plane will then fly the Cessna to Wasilla so federal investigators can get a better look at it to determine a cause.