Divers have found the bodies of five people in a small plane that plunged into a reservoir in southwestern Colorado, but their remains will not be recovered until specialized salvage crews arrive, authorities said on Monday. The single-engine Socata TBM700 crashed on Saturday into the Ridgway Reservoir about 25 miles south of Montrose, Colorado. "Rescue operation divers have been successful in locating all five victims inside the wreckage of the plane," Ouray County spokeswoman Marti Whitmore said in a statement. Whitmore said the plane is upside down and submerged under at least 50 feet of water amid deep silt.
Relatives shrieked and sobbed uncontrollably. Men and women nearly collapsed, held up by loved ones. Their grief came pouring out after 17 days of waiting for definitive word on the fate of the passengers and crew of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet.
Seeking to isolate Russia, the U.S. and Western allies declared Monday they are indefinitely cutting Moscow out of a major international coalition and warned they stand ready to order tougher economic penalties if Vladimir Putin presses further into Ukraine.
The House Ethics Committee on Monday declined to open a formal investigation into allegations that U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers used her congressional aides and official funds for her re-election efforts. But two panel members will keep reviewing the claims.
The NCAA apologized to New Mexico State and said it will evaluate its travel policy after the Aggies had to fly home in the middle of the night after their second-round tournament loss and were met by only one bus at the airport.
Texas catcher Geovany Soto has a knee injury that will sideline him from 10 to 12 weeks. A day earlier, team officials announced second baseman Jurickson Profar will miss at least 10 weeks. “We’ve lost two everyday players and there is no way to sugarcoat that,” general manager Jon
A power failure plunged much of the Crimean capital, Simferopol, into darkness Monday, the second partial blackout in two days, as the Ukrainian government in Kiev appeared to retaliate against Russia’s occupation and annexation of the peninsula by sharply cutting electricity supplied from the