NORTH SALEM, N.Y. — Two people aboard the private plane that apparently crashed into the Titicus Reservoir have been identified as a South Salem couple who owned a Thai restaurant in Danbury, Conn., according to the News-Times.
Eric Horsa of Ridgefield told the media that his father and stepmother were on the small plane that crashed on its way to the Danbury Airport on Thursday afternoon, the News-Times said.
Val and Taew Horsa of South Salem have owned Bangkok Restaurant in Danbury for 30 years, and Val Horsa was a pilot, the report said.
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