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Plane crashes into Lake Hartwell near Georgia border

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Monitoring of the investigation will come under the purview of the National Transportation Safety Board.

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According to a press release from the FAA, a single-engine jet crashed into Hartwell Lake,

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Not far from the Georgia border, on Saturday near Anderson Regional Airport in Anderson, South Carolina, at about 12:30 p.m. Hartwell expands.

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There was only one pilot on the plane, and his health is currently unknown.

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According to the FAA, the single-engine aircraft was a Beechcraft B55 Baron.

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The event will be overseen by the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).

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The NTSB will oversee the investigation, and according to the FAA, it will provide further updates early Sunday.

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A 56,000-acre man-made lake that covers much of Georgia and includes stretches of the Seneca, Tugalu, and Savannah rivers is called Hartwell Lake.

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It is seen right off Interstate 85 between the Georgia and South Carolina borders.

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The drive from the airport to the Georgia border takes about 25 minutes.

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