A search for a missing plane began on Monday. The plane is registered to Kapowsin Air Sports of Shelton, Wash. Ten people from Skydive Snohomish were scheduled to be on board, but they are unsure as to how many were actually onboard.
A hunter in an area called White Pass said he saw a plane low in the air, and heard a crash around 8 p.m. Sunday night. The search area has been reduced greatly, due to the hunter's info and radar info, in an area on the Tieton River's north fork.
The plane's emergency locater wasn't activated. The passengers' names haven't been released, but their families have been notified. Kapowsin has never lost a plane in its 60 year history.