The wreckage from Tuesday’s deadly plane crash in Sioux Falls could be cleaned up on Thursday.
The company contracted by the NTSB is in Sioux Falls gathering evidence, so officials can figure out what caused crash.
One of the things officials have learned is that the plane looks to be a two-engine plane, instead of a single-engine like they originally thought. Police say they figured this out by looking at the tail number of the plane.
Two people died in the crash on Christmas. Authorities have identified them as Dr. Vaughn and JoAnn Meyer. They were both 68 years old.