On Thursday September 2nd at approx 11:50am a small twin engine Beech 65 Queen Air developed mechanical problems on take-off and nose dived in a small lagoon in Redwood Shores, California. They're were three on board, but only 1 body has been recovered. Rescuers said they will wait for the NTSB before taking the other bodies out of the wreckage. One of the deceased included steel executive Robert Borrman. Witnesses state the plane was making a clattering noise before it crashed. The debris field included seats, paperwork, and communication devices.