More Bodies Recovered From Crash Site
Two more bodies have been recovered from an airplane that crashed in the Warner Mountains near the Oregon-California border last November.
Five people and an unborn baby died in the crash. Two bodies were removed in November before bad weather stopped the recovery effort.
Spokesmen for the Modoc County Sheriff´s Department said the bodies of Jodi Wallace-White, who was 33 and seven months pregnant, and of 57-year-old Tom Blaesing, the pilot, were removed this week.
The plane crashed near Eagle Peak at an elevation of 9,300-feet. The aircraft, which was last tracked by radar about 100 miles south of the Oregon-California border, apparently slammed into the mountain.