Wreckage of the Lana'i plane crash shot on Friday. This is what is left of the Piper Navajo that crashed into the old pineapple fields Wednesday. The NTSB will continue its investigation into what caused the crash.
Picture taken Friday of the wreckage left from Wednesday's Lana'i plane crash. According to Federal Aviation Administration records, the plane was 39-years-old. It was registered to Maui Aircraft Leasing.
Picture of the wreckage of the Lana'i plane crash taken Friday. According to Maui Police, the crash happened after the twin-engine Piper PA-31 aircraft crashed one mile southeast of Lana'i Airport in a remote area known as the Miki Basin.
NTSB officials airlifted parts of the Lana'i plane wreckage to another site for further examination Friday.
Tremaine Balberdi, another Maui County worker, was killed in the Lana'i plane crash Wednesday. Her husband George, pictured here, said that she volunteered for the off-island work assignment for the Maui Department of Planning.
Lana'i plane crash victim 50-year-old Kathleen Kern. The Vancouver-native moved to Hawaii in 2009 and was working for the Maui County Department of Planning.
James Giroux, Deputy Attorney Corporate Council for the County of Maui, saved two men Mark King and Douglas Miller from the Lana'i plane crash wreckage after escaping himself. He suffered serious injury and was treated at the Queen's Medical Center.
Mark King, pictured on the far right, was one of the passengers who survived the fatal Lana'i plane crash. According to emergency responders King and fellow passenger Douglas Miller were pulled from the wreckage by James Giroux (both not pictured).
Actual plane that crashed on Lanai taken in 2007. The pilot of the plane perished in the Lana'i crash Wednesday.
A chartered plane went down in the remote Miki Basin area of Lana'i around 9:23 p.m. Wednesday.
Goodfellow Bros. brought out heavy machinery to cut about a 600-yard path to assist in getting first responders to the crash site.