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Aug 25, 2010 2:02 PM by Bea Karnes, News First 5

New clue in deadly Calhan plane crash

A federal investigator says the propellers weren't working when a twin-engine Cessna crashed near Calhan Monday, killing both men aboard.

National Transportation Safety Board investigator Jennifer Rodi says the Cessna 310 has been moved to a hangar in Greeley where the engines will be examined closely.

Authorities say William Boecking and Daniel Saunders were killed in the crash. Both were certified pilots who lived in Colorado Springs.

Rodi says the plane had fuel and its cockpit instruments were working when it crashed.

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