Officials Reach Plane Crash Site 

Maine law enforcement officials using snowmobiles and snowshoes have reached the wreckage of a small plane that crashed near the Canadian border during a snowstorm. A Canadian search and rescue helicopter reported Monday night that one person was killed. Another person was airlifted to a hospital in Quebec. Wardens and state police were able to drive within eight miles of the site, then used sleds and snowshoes to cross 6-foot-deep snow Tuesday morning to reach the wreckage near Depot Lake, about 11 miles north of the Daaquam border crossing, deep in the Maine woods. Steve McCausland of the Maine Public Safety Department says the site has been secured for the National Transportation Safety Board. He says the body is being taken to the state medical examiner’s office in Augusta. (AP)