Remains found at site of plane crash near Revelstoke

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The wreckage of a plane that went missing ten months ago has been found near Revelstoke. Jules Knox reports on how the crash site was discovered – Sep 11, 2018

Revelstoke RCMP say they have now confirmed the plane spotted Monday by a passing air ambulance is the one that went missing last Nov. 25, and remains have been located.

The BC Coroners Service will now determine if the remains are human, and are those of 28-year-old Dominic Neron of Parkland Country, Alta., and 31-year-old Ashley Bourgeault of Edmonton.

WATCH BELOW: The site near Revelstoke, B.C., where a plane crashed with an Edmonton couple on board appears flat when viewed from the air, but is actually quite steep.

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Highway view of Revelstoke plane crash site – Sep 12, 2018

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They were on a flight from Penticton to Edmonton when their light plane vanished.

A nine-day search at the time failed to find them.

A team from the Revelstoke detachment, the RCMP Integrated Identification Section, and Parks Canada reached the site about 60 kilometres east of Revelstoke in Glacier National Park Tuesday at noon.

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