Investigators are continuing to look into the deadly plane crash on Lanai.
All of the remaining debris has now been moved to a secure facility where they can get a better look at the damage.
Three people died when the twin-engine “Piper PA 31” went down shortly after takeoff on Wednesday night.
“They’re looking for what they find, their gonna be checking for any pre kind of impact so if there’s any piece of wreckage that is deformed anything that was broken.. Any condition unexpected that could have had been the cause of the accident.” National Transportation Safety Board Public Affairs officer Peter Knudson said.
The goal is to have the preliminary report out by the week after next.