The US Coast Guard has located a debris field near the Bahamas, where a private plane carrying four people – including two children and a CEO from New York – went missing in the Bermuda Triangle.
Pilot Nathan Ulrich, 52, of New Hampshire, and Jennifer Blumin, 40, of New York, who is the Founder and CEO of event management firm, Skylight Group, were identified as two of the people onboard.
Blumin’s sons, Phineas, four, and two-year-old Theodore, were also on the plane, authorities confirmed.
The Coast Guard tweeted that a helicopter crew located ‘debris field approx. 15 mi E of Eleuthera, Bahamas’. Crews are searching for survivors.
According to the Coast Guard, the twin-engine MU-2B turboprop, manufactured by Mitsubishi, was 37 miles east of the island of Eleuthera on Monday when air traffic control in Miami lost radar and radio contact with the plane around 2.10pm.
The airplane departed Borinquen, Puerto Rico, at approximately 11am Monday and never made it to its destination of Titusville, along the northeastern coast of Florida (as depicted by this map). Their plane was at about 24,000 feet when air traffic control lost contact
The airplane departed Borinquen, Puerto Rico, at approximately 11am Monday and never made it to its destination of Titusville, along the northeastern coast of Florida.
Their plane was at about 24,000 feet when air traffic control lost contact.
‘There’s no indication of significant adverse weather at the time,’ said Lt Cmdr Ryan Kelly, a Coast Guard spokesman.
Coast Guard aircraft are currently searching along with Customs and Border Patrol and the Royal Bahamas Defense Force.
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