Authorities say the bodies of two people were found in the wreckage of a missing plane that was found crashed in a northeastern Pennsylvania field.
State police in Susquehanna County say the plane was located at about 10:30 a.m. Sunday in Lenox Township.
Coroner Anthony Conarton told The (Scranton) Times-Tribune that he couldn't identify the victims Sunday night because of the severity of their injuries.
"At this point, I couldn't even tell if they're two adults," Conarton told the paper. "We're waiting for dental and medical records to piece everything together."
The National Transportation Safety Board says the Cessna T-50 took off Labor Day in Sandusky, Ohio, heading for Wilkes-Barre, about 40 miles south of the crash.
Safety board spokesman Peter Knudson said the wreckage would be moved to "a secure location" to investigate the cause of the crash.