NTSB Investigator Headed to Plane Crash Site in Somerset County 

Catherine Pegram

An investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board will have to determine if a plane that went down in a remote section of Somerset County can even be hauled of the area to be examined.One person was killed that crash.The plane went down Monday with two people on board near the Maine-Quebec border.Maine State Police say 31-year-old Ryan Isaac and his passenger, 53-year-old Paul Oberman, both from Toronto, were on board.Oberman died in the crash, Isaac was taken to a Quebec hospital with a broken arm.A family friend says Oberman was the president of a real estate company in Toronto.Issac radioed for help after the plane began icing up and was looking for a place to land when he lost contact with officials.The crash site is in a remote spot near Depot Lake.Rescuers used snowmobiles and snow shoes to get to the site, which has been covered with two feet of new snow from Monday’s storm.A spokesperson for the NTSB says an investigator has not reached the crash site yet. Once he arrives, he’ll have to figure out if the plane can be moved indoors to determine why it went down.