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Topic - Ian Mcclelland
Investigators expressed confidence Sunday that they will learn why an airplane carrying skydivers crashed in flames near a popular tourist spot in New Zealand's Southern Alps, killing four Europeans and five New Zealanders.
While he wouldn't speculate on possible causes, he said, "We are pretty confident we can identify most — if not all — of the contributing factors."
Chief crash investigator Ian McClelland said a full site inspection would take place Monday.