NTSB wraps up on-site plane crash investigation in East Patchogue

Police and firefighters are responding to the scene

Police and firefighters are responding to the scene of a plane crash into the yard of a house in East Patchogue on Tuesday morning, June 17, 2014, a Suffolk County fire official said. (Credit: James Carbone)

NTSB investigators say it is still too early to determine what caused a single-engine plane to crash into a backyard in East Patchogue Tuesday morning.

They say the pilot, 53-year-old Hanan Shoshany, of Jamaica Estates, was in the air for a total of 13 minutes before experiencing complications.

The Columbia 400 aircraft narrowly missed a home on Camille Lane at around 9:05 a.m., but...

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