NTSB: No witnesses to Georgia plane crash have come forward

CALHOUN, Ga. (AP) — A spokesman for the National Transportation Safety Board says investigators trying to determine what caused a small plane to crash in a remote area of northern Georgia have not found any witnesses. Terry Williams says three NTSB investigators arrived at the scene Sunday and plan to move the wreckage to a secure location. He says they will look at the pilot's record and training, the aircraft's maintenance and weather conditions at the time of the crash. The wreckage was found Saturday, hours after the plane went missing from radar shortly after takeoff from the Atlanta area. 

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