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Plane wreck removed from Edinburg crash scene (updated)

Off-duty state police investigator was killed in crash Sunday

The wreckage of Timothy Cowper's Pitts biplane is strapped to a flat-bed beneath tarps. It will be shipped to Latham for an investigation into what caused the Sunday afternoon crash.
Photographer: John Enger
The wreckage of Timothy Cowper's Pitts biplane is strapped to a flat-bed beneath tarps. It will be shipped to Latham for an investigation into what caused the Sunday afternoon crash.
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Investigators continue to look into the plane crash that killed a veteran state police investigator Sunday, but have concluded their work at the crash scene. A flat-bed tow truck left Tange Road on Monday afternoon with the charred wreckage of his small aircraft strapped under tarps. State troopers and firefighters removed road blocks and coiled crime scene tape, opening Tange Road in Edinburg less than 24 hours after off-duty state police Investigator Timothy Cowper, 55, ...


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