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The wreckage of the plane that killed three members of the family of actress Megan Hilty has been uncovered.

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On Monday, the National Transportation Safe Board (NTSB) released a statement on its website announcing that the wreckage of the September 4 plane crash that killed 10 people, including Hilty’s pregnant sister, Lauren, and her brother-in-law Ross. and her nephew, Remi , was found.

Megan Hilty poses with her sisters and mother during a tour of Australia in 2019.
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“Due to the depth of the water (approximately 190 feet) and current (3-5 knots), the most appropriate tool for recovery is a work class remotely operated vehicle (ROV),” the statement on the NTSB website read. “NTSB is in constant contact with federal agencies and local companies to obtain work class ROVs.”

Hilty spoke via her Instagram on September 8 about the tragic incident over Labor Day weekend.

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“My dear sister Lauren, brother-in-law Ross and nephew Remy were on that plane,” the actress wrote. “To make this news even more devastating, my sister was eight months pregnant And we were looking forward to welcoming baby boy Luca into the world next month.

“It is important that these details be corrected to honor all the people we have lost and the loved ones they left behind,” Hilty continued.

Megan Hilty lost her sister, nephew and brother-in-law in a floatplane accident.

The Broadway actress also thanked her fans. “It’s so comforting to know how much Lauren, Ross, Remy and Luca really are in love,” she concluded.

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The float plane crash occurred near Whidbey Island in Puget Sound, halfway between its destination and takeoff points. According to the NTSB, the crashed plane was identified as a single-engine de Havilland DHC-3 Otter propeller aircraft.

The plane was operated by Friday Harbor Seaplanes, an organization that says it is “heartbroken” by the accident.