CBI employees investigate enviornmental damage of the DC3 plane that made a crash landing in Fort Lauderdale. The twin-engine, 12-ton plane, a version of the vintage DC-3 airliner, took off from Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport at 3:50 p.m. with 3,200 pounds of granite in its cargo bay, bound for Marsh Harbour in the Bahamas, authorities said. Ronald King of the Enviornmental Protection Department said that about 2000 gallons of fuel contaminated water from the swales near the homes. CBI employees took soil samples from the site to determine the extent of the contamination.
Sun-Sentinel/Judy Sloan Reich
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