The FAA and NTSB personnel spent much of the day on Tuesday examining the wreckage and scene of Monday night’s plane crash in Riverwoods.
After they were finished, they released the wreckage to Fries Automotive to remove the plane and debris from the scene and transport everything to Campbell Airport in Grayslake. Fries was assisted by Rogner’s Towing out of Palatine. Earlier in the day, a tree removal contractor cut trees that had been damaged by the plane plus those additional trees necessary to clear a path for a truck to access the scene.
Also, an employee of the tree contractor climbed one of the tall trees to remove a piece of debris that was lodged there.