The National Transportation Safety Board’s Chairman Mark Rosenker and a team of investigators are en route to California’s Sierra Nevada mountains this morning, Oct. 2, to examine wreckage of a small plane that may be adventurer Steve Fossett’s aircraft. The wreckage, discovered yesterday, is located at a 10,000-foot elevation in the mountains near Mammoth Lakes, Calif. Adventurer Steve Fossett has been missing since Sept. 3, 2007, after he took off in his Bellanca 8KCAB (N24OR) from ...
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