Mon, Dec 22, 2003
Mooney Down On Frozen Lake
There's no indication
yet of what exactly happened, but two men are dead after their
Mooney went down just after take-off from Voyager Village Airport
Authorities say the 1963 Mooney had just taken off northbound
and was banking over Hanscom Lake near the Wisconsin town of Scott
when the aircraft seemed to lose power.
The aircraft impacted the frozen surface of the lake, broke
through, then sank.
Police divers were unable to recover the bodies of those on
board Sunday. They reported deep mud at the bottom of the lake was
hampering their efforts.
Names of the victims have not yet been released.
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