Portland Plane Crash Investigation Latest 

A National Transportation Safety Board investigator says the propeller wasn’t spinning when a small plane crashed after taking off from the Portland International Jetport, killing two men.42-year-old Mark Haskell of Brunswick was reportedly maintaining his pilot certification with a flight instructor when his YAK-52 apparently lost power after taking off on Saturday.Officials say the plane reached 300 feet, wobbled, turned left and lost altitude.The plane went down at a steep angle, and the cockpit caught fire. Killed in the crash was Haskell, who was the plane’s owner, and 66-year-old Thomas Casagrande of Portland, a retired military test pilot.