Crews Find Missing Plane; 2 People Dead, Authorities Say
MOAB, Utah – Two people are dead after a plane in which they were flying went missing from Grand County on Sunday.
The victims have been identified as Kevin Carroll, 53, of Moab; and Jay Camberlango, 42, of Lindon.
The aircraft was reported as overdue after leaving Moab at approximately 8 a.m. It was expected back by noon but never returned.
The Grand County Sheriff’s Office and the Department of Public Safety teamed up to search for the plane. Authorities also enlisted the help of area residents who owned private aircraft.
At approximately 7:55 a.m. Monday, an aircraft matching the description of the missing plane was located in San Juan County, according to the GCSO.
Chief Deputy Allen Freestone confirmed Carroll and Camberlango were found deceased at the crash site. He said the plane was discovered near the Canyonlands Overlook in a remote area that was difficult to access.
BREAKING: Chief Deputy Allen Freestone just confirmed to me that the two occupants of the plane are deceased at the crash site. He says the plane was found near the Canyonlands Overlook area of #SanJuanCounty, he says the site is in a remote area, difficult to access. #utah https://t.co/KoAJ7UlTTq
— Shara Park (@KSLSharaPark) July 1, 2019
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