The National Transportation Safety Board issued an initial report this week on the May 9th plane crash that killed a 65-year-old man.
According to the NTSB's report, the man was flying an airplane that was owned by New Frontier Aviation. The man was on a thirty-day contract to fight fires with the plane in Wisconsin. On his way back to his home state of Montana, the airplane crashed. According to an eyewitness, the plane went down suddenly in a cloud of smoke.
The report does not cite a cause for the accident, but it has been said that investigations into the accident are still being conducted. It is not clear at this time if New Frontier Aviation is at fault in the accident.
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