HANOVER TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Federal investigators say the plane that crashed in October in Luzerne County was an "experimental" aircraft.
In a report from the NTSB, authorities say during a stop at the Wyoming Valley Airport, the pilot told a friend that a rigging issue seemed to cause problems during turns.
Investigators say the pilot said he would address that this winter.
The plane went down a short time later near Doran's Farm in Hanover Township.
Both the pilot and his passenger were killed in the plane crash in Luzerne County.
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