The pilot and passenger killed in a plane crash on the Sandringham Estate has been named.
Nigel Dodds, 58, from Gateshead, was flying a Piper PA28 light aircraft when it came down on marshland near Wolferton in West Norfolk on Monday, September 11.
Val Barnes, who was in her 70s and a passenger in the plane, was also killed.
A team of inspectors from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch have been investigating at the scene and the wreckage was due to be removed yesterday for further tests to take place.
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