WAINSCOTT - The two survivors of a Hamptons plane crash are now recovering at home. Steen Bochter and his fiancee Kim Brillo were released from the hospital yesterday. They suffered leg and arm fractures, as well as cuts and bruises, in Sunday's fiery crash.Bochter says he was prepared for the worst when the engine died shortly after takeoff from East Hampton Airport in Wainscott. The Massachusetts man tells Newsday he had "played out a crash-preparation scenario in his head countless times." Bochter was able to maneuver the plane to land on its belly instead of its nose.2 injured in small plane crash at East Hampton Airport