Teams are scanning for a little, private plane that didn’t achieve its destination in Lynden, Washington, on Saturday, the Washington State Department of Transportation said.
The plane conveying three individuals, including the pilot, left western Montana around 4 p.m. Saturday and was expected in Lynden around 7 p.m. Those on the plane were recognized by the Department of Transportation as Leland Bowman, 62, and Sharon Bowman, 63, both of Marion, Montana, and their stride granddaughter Autumn Veatch, 16, of Bellingham, Washington.
The plane did not arrive, and relatives informed powers. Each of the three inhabitants are relatives. Their names have not been discharged.
The last telephone signal from one of the plane’s tenants was distinguished around 11 p.m. in a zone close Omak, Washington. State authorities say the hunt is focused south of Mount Maker.
The plane is portrayed as a white and red Beech 35 flying machine.
Volunteers from the Civil Air Patrol and Washington Air Search and Rescue are helping Department of Transportation Aviation Emergency Services with the inquiry.