Divers recover more parts of downed plane

Divers have recovered additional sections from the small plane that crashed in the Titicus Reservoir in North Salem earlier this month. 



Val Horsa and his wife, Taew, were in a 1971 Beechcraft Bonanza plane that vanished on its approach to Danbury Airport in Connecticut.



The couple, who were from South Salem, were returning from a trip from Mississippi. Both are believed to have died in the crash.



Authorities say divers have recovered engine parts and a propeller.



They recovered human remains last week, but those have not yet been positively identified.


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