The in that fatal crash in northeastern Iowa’s been identified. Authorities say 52-year-old Micheal Weber of DeSoto, Missouri, was soloing when the twin-engine Beech Baron clipped some trees, crashed and burned on a highway a few miles from the Dubuque Regional Airport. Weber had taken off from DuPage, Illinois, about 4 a-m Tuesday and was headed for Festus, Missouri. F-A-A investigators expect to complete their probe of the crash site by late this afternoon. There was heavy fog at the time but the exact cause of the crash has yet to be determined.
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