The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is investigating a fatal plane crash near Kingston, Ontario, that killed all seven passengers of the plane Wednesday.
A newlywed Toronto couple is among the seven people who were killed when a small plane crashed in Kingston Wednesday.
The Transportation Safety Board says the seven people died when a small, USA -registered airplane crashed in a wooded area within city limits around 5 p.m.
"There were seven people on board this aircraft", Webster said at a news conference.
Otabek Oblokulov purchased his green, white and gold 1965 Piper PA-32 in January, Anson Aviation, a flight school and plane rental company based in Sugar Land, Texas, wrote on its YouTube page.
TSB said it was surveying the cockpit and examining the cabin and seat arrangements of the Cherokee Six aircraft as well as conducting interviews with airport staff, witnesses and first responders. "We will obtain detailed weather information as the investigation proceeds".
He said those conditions would also be a part of the investigation.
The TSB said on Friday the wreckage was being taken to a facility in Richmond Hill for further analysis.
Basti said the Oblokulovs had planned to stop in Kingston to visit his family and friends before proceeding to Quebec City for vacation. Kingston Police Constable Ash Gutheinz said the area was under a wind advisory at the time, and while winds may not have been as bad as predicted, it was certainly "blustery".
According to a report in the New York Times, the tragic mishap took place on Wednesday evening and the cause of the plane crash is not yet clear.
Webster said that the air force was able to find the wreckage due to an emergency locator that had turned on after impact.
Residents in the area also noted there was heavy rain and strong winds around the time of the crash. "We understand they want answers rapidly and I'd like to offer my honest condolences", Krepski said near the crash site.