Federal investigators were arriving at the scene of a twin-engine plane crash in southwest Missouri that left two people dead.
The pilot of an experimental plane has died while taking off from Cameron Municipal Airport in northwest Missouri.
Victims identified as owners of two businesses and three children.
Davenport, Iowa police say there were no injuries on the ground.
Plane was carrying skydivers, Saturday morning, when it went down.
Don Cates was flying a donated plane back to St. Louis for the charity.
Pilot reported dead in crash
Investigators speak about findings after the Sept. 7th tragedy.
Former Blues goal scorer died last week in a plane crash.
The three victims are a Champaign family, including a teenage college student.
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