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BOISE, Idaho (AP) -- Authorities say two people died when a single-engine plane crashed into a remote area in southeastern Idaho.
Franklin County Sheriff Deputy Ben Heusser says the crash was reported about 12:30 p.m. Friday by a recreationists aboard ATV's. The party discovered the wreckage in a remote area about 20 miles northeast of Preston, just inside the Franklin County and north of the Utah border.
Investigators have not yet identified the victims, but say they are the only two people believed to be on board the Piper, model PA-22-150.
FAA spokesman Mike Fergus says there is no indication the pilot filed a flight plan and investigators are still trying to determine the plane's origin and destination.
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