Six die in Wisconsin plane crash

Authorities say a small airplane crash that killed six people in northern Wisconsin fell apart in the air.It’s believed that the plane was heading from Chicago to Canada.At least two elementary schools educators from suburban Bensenville are among the victims in a deadly plane crash overnight Saturday.Thomas DeMauro was a physical education teacher at Tioga Elementary School in Bensenville, Ill., and Charles Tomlitz was a maintenance director for the district, according to a Facebook post from the school. “His students, fellow faculty members, community and friends are in shock”. Price County Sheriff Brian Schmidt told WJFW-TV that the main passenger compartment of the plane was found in woods near Highway 111, with other debris scattered along the highway. Soon after, the aircraft dropped off radar.The Cessna crashed near the town of Phillips about 3:21 a.m. Saturday.”There was a citizen that was able to put a helicopter in the air (and) assisted in locating the main part of the wreckage”.Sandy Jensen, owner of the nearby Happy Daze bar and restaurant, said she provided food for firefighters at the scene of the crash.”Made up 35 burgers, cheeseburgers, and fresh cheese curds we sent over, and some parade candy, because it’s the Fourth of July”, Jensen explained.Jensen said she was simply doing the right thing.Weiss said investigators are still trying to determine what type of weather the plane encountered and whether it caused the crash.