Authorities say the two pilots killed when their mid-sized jet ran off a runway and split in two at a South Carolina airport were seasoned pilots.
National Transportation Safety Board investigator Dan Boggs said the Dassault Falcon that crashed Thursday at the Downtown Greenville Airport had a voice recorder, but he will need to examine the wreckage for a data recorder.
The 10-passenger jet broke in two after overshooting the runway. Authorities say two people on the plane were injured and are in serious condition.
The Greenville County Coroner’s Office identified the pilots as 49-year-old John Caswell of Port Saint Lucie, Florida, and 66-year-old Stephen Fox of Indian Rocks, Florida.
Boggs said at a news conference the plane took off from Tampa, Florida, and the weather was clear.