Authorities say the location of the plane is currently unknown, as well as the condition of other 2 occupants. Two bodies were found in the wreckage of a small plane that crashed into a rugged Washington state mountainside, but that was survived by a teenager who walked days to find help. Search and rescue teams that reached the debris Wednesday found the wreckage of the Cessna charred and still smoldering, Chief Criminal Deputy Tom Molitor of the Skagit County Sheriff's Office said in a statement. Incredibly, Autumn Veatch, 16, survived the crash and was able to hike down the mountain to flag down a driver on a nearby road.
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Woodmansee, 61, believes people can find real freedom on longer walks in the wilderness, and he is ready to offer ideas on where to trek. Growing up in Skagit County, he went into the hills and the Cascade Range with his dad and brother to hunt. What I learned from those trips as a kid, however, was that I love the mountains. Then I got my brother and anyone I could to come with me. I picked up books and maps and started from scratch. By that time I had climbed more than mountains, most of them in Washington.
Wreckage Of Plane Crash That Teen Survived Is Found In Washington
They moved here five years ago from Whidbey Island. David is an enterprise architect with a large computer company. His hobby and passion is growing orchids. He has over orchids in a climate-controlled greenhouse he built on the flat roof of his garage.
Two bodies have been recovered from wreckage matching the description of a crashed plane at the center of a teenage girl's dramatic survival story in Washington, officials said. Autumn Veatch, 16, walked for around two days through the wilderness after the Beech A she and her step-grandparents were flying in crashed in the northern part of the state. Officials have been searching for her step-grandparents, Leland and Sharon Bowman, and the wreckage. The Skagit County Sheriff's Office said in a statement Wednesday that wreckage matching Veatch's plane had been found around one mile north of State Route 20 in the Rainy Pass area, about miles from Seattle. Two bodies were recovered from the wreckage but were not being identified until the next of kin had been informed, the statement added.