Seattle floatplane wreckage found in Mutiny Bay

SEATTLE, Wash. — The wreckage of a floatplane that crashed on the Puget Sound and killed all 10 people on board has been located in Mutiny Bay, according to The Seattle Times.

The National Transportation Safety Board found a “large section” of the plane about 190 feet below the surface by using sonar.

The NTSB is now looking to get a vehicle to recover the wreckage.

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