JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The National Transportation Safety Board
says it'll be months before investigators know what led to a plane crash in a neighborhood in Arlington.
The plane crashed Sunday evening into a retention pond in the Sutton Lakes subdivision, killing all three people on board.
One of the victims, Tess Huber, played golf for the women's golf team at the University of North Florida.
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The NTSB said her father had a license to fly a twin engine plane.
Michael Huber, according to the NTSB
, had a license with an instrument rating, which meant he had the training and qualifications to fly in certain meteorological conditions.
Robert Gretz, an NTSB
spokesman, said crash investigators will look at all angles, including whether fog or low-hanging clouds had a role in the crash.
The twin engine Cessna crashed while approaching the runway at Craig Airport. Gretz said another aircraft followed the same approach and landed at the airport without any problems about 30 minutes prior to the crash.
Crash investigators will also dig into the maintenance record of the plane. They'll look at the pilot's experience and conduct toxicology tests.
A preliminary report is expected in 10 days. The entire investigation could take anywhere from six to nine months to complete.