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Cessna 172: McGregor to begin investigation work tomorrow

Luke Rawalai
Sunday, March 04, 2018

Update: 4:09PM NEW Zealand private investigator Andrew McGregor will begin work on the Cessna 172 wreckage on the Delaikoro Mountain ranges tomorrow.

At a press conference last Friday, Mr McGregor said that career experience and other necessary information regarding Pacific Flying School instructor Iliesa Tawalo and trainee pilot Merelesita Lutu would be part of investigations. 

The visiting expert could not divulge further details of the investigation.

Mr McGregor was appointed by the Government to investigate the crash of the Pacific Flying School's Cessna 172 aircraft that crashed last Monday, claiming the two lives.

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