ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A search team is expected to leave Kodiak this week to look for more wreckage from the plane that crashed in Katmai National Park in August.
The DeHavilland Beaver had four people on board: pilot Marco Alletto, as well as National Park Service employees Mason McLeod and brothers Neal and Seth Spradlin.
Last month a private pilot spotted pieces of the crashed plane northwest of Cape Douglas.
The National Transportation Safety Board says a search team will make the boat trip from Kodiak to the crash site, weather permitting. NTSB officials say the team will use divers to search for underwater wreckage.