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NTSB Report Released 

Wayne Harvey

The National Transportation Safety Board has finished their report regarding the 2008 fatal plane crash in West Gardiner.The private jet went down in February of last year and killed both the pilot, 45 year old Jeannette Symons of Colorado and her ten year old son.The NTSB says the crash was an accident, but it will be another month before the cause of the accident is released.Freezing rain was falling at the time of the crash of the Cessna Citation.Shortly before the crash, Symons radioed that she had an instrument problem.The Kennebec Journal reports symons was up to date on her flight training and medical certificates and was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs.Symons and her son spent the week before the crash at the Sugarloaf ski area, where her son, Balan had participated in a ski camp.