VANDALIA, Ohio (WDTN) - The National Transportation Safety Board 2 NEWS investigators are still en route here to Vandalia. However, the plane is now gone, removed from the scene at the Vectren Dayton Air Show.
Once here, those investigators have a lot of work ahead of them to try to determine what happened.
They will look at the wreckage, examine the area, talk to witnesses and look at videos and pictures.
The NTSB tells 2 NEWS they plan to hold a press conference sometime Sunday.
We've also learned that just a few days before this deadly crash, one of the vicitms, Jane Wicker, tweeted that this was her first air show since injuring her lung and spleen in a non-aviation accident.
She tweeted that she had been grounded for the past couple weeks and she was "ready to rock" Dayton.
Her pilot Charlie Schwenker was also killed in the plane crash.
This tragedy has left the air show community in shock.
Following the accident, the air show was cancelled for the remainder of the day.
But officials say the show will go on Sunday as scheduled.
Gates open at 9 A.M.
Aerial acts will begin at noon with a moment of silence beforehand.
The high flying acts will run until 4 P.M.
Tickets for the event will be honored Sunday.
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