Pilot found in crashed plane identified as Robert Dalzell Jr.

Kentucky State Police say the body found at the site of a plane crash in Hancock County, Kentucky is that of Robert Dalzell Jr.

Dalzell went missing on Monday. He was flying from the Falls of Rough airport to the Owensboro airport but never arrived.

A crashed plane that matched the one Dalzell was flying was found Wednesday in the thick woods of the Fordsville community.

On Friday, the Hancock County Coroner’s Office confirmed via dental records that the pilot found inside the crash plane was that of Dalzell.

The cause of the crash has not yet been determined.

An investigation is ongoing.

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