A medical examiner in Cleveland has identified the remains of John and Jack Fleming and Brian Casey.
Burke Lakefront Airport’s commissioner said the lake’s water conditions make it unlikely further remains can be found.
The NTSB will begin a detailed analysis of the cockpit voice recorder from the business jet that crashed near Cleveland.
Officials also announced Tuesday that a 20-foot piece pulled from the water is from the fuselage of the plane.
Because there was ice on Lake Erie, the Army Corps of Engineers operated its tugs to break the ice.
Calling hours were held for the Fleming family Sunday at Canfield Presbyterian Church.
Divers also found the in-tact cockpit voice recorder, which will be on its way to Washington, D.C. for analysis.
The U.S. Geological Survey offered up some equipment in the search and recovery efforts, and it led to new findings.
The city said Wednesday foot patrols and mounted units resumed searching the shoreline east of Burke Lakefront Airport.
When Olentangy Liberty High School students come back to school after Christmas break, they’ll find blue ribbons in honor of the families.
The plane carrying two Boardman High School graduates, their family and neighbors disappeared Thursday after leaving Cleveland.
The small plane was carrying a family of four and their two neighbors when it went missing over Lake Erie.
The city of Cleveland said it plans to resume recovery efforts early Monday.
The city of Cleveland will lead recovery efforts from a unified command center at Burke Lakefront Airport.
The neighbor, who is a Youngstown native, said the two missing Boardman High School grads are “wonderful” and “giving.”
The US Coast Guard is halting its search Friday night for the plane that went missing over Lake Erie, but will start again at daybreak.