Three people are dead after a glider crashed in the mountains in Vermont killing all three people on board, including a husband and wife from Hamden (NBC).
Officials have identified the victims as Frank Moroz III, 58, and Suzanne Moroz, 56, of Hamden, Connecticut, and Donald Post, 70, of Stowe, Vermont. Post was the pilot of the glider.
State police said search and rescue crews saw the crash site from the air at about 5.35 pm on Wednesday.
Crews reached the wreckage near the summit of Sterling Mountain in Morristown late Wednesday and discovered the bodies of the glider pilot and two passengers.