Weather Continues to Halt Recovery of Remains from Plane Crash

Authorities are still awaiting a break in weather to recover the remains of a couple killed in a plane crash near Juneau Sunday. An Alaska State Troopers’ spokeswoman, Beth Ipsen, said authorities didn’t attempt to recover the bodies today. A low cloud ceiling has precluded use of aircraft to reach the crash site on Douglas Island.

Ipsen said authorities will try this weekend if there’s a break in the weather.

Troopers said the victims are believed to be Charles Luck and Liping Tang-Luck, of Anchorage.

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