An initial report on the May 9th plane crash that resulted in the death of a 65-year-old man was recently released by the National Transportation Safety Board.
The report states that the man was the sole occupant of a plane that was issued to him by New Frontier Aviation. The plane was a firefighting plane, and the man was on a 30-day contract to fight fires in Wisconsin. As he was traveling back to his home state of Montana, the plane crashed near Miles City, and the man was killed instantly.
The report does not state a cause for the accident, and the NTSB has said that they are still investigating the accident to determine the cause.
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