Recovery of crashed plane to resume Thursday in Colorado

This photo provided by the Ouray County Plaindealer shows rescue personnel examining the tail second of a plane on Saturday, March 22, 2014 after it was recovered from the Ridgeway Reservoir south of Montrose. Colo. The plane believed to be carrying five people crashed into a reservoir in southwestern Colorado and authorities say all are feared dead. Divers are to be used Sunday to search for victims and to recover the rest of the plane. (AP Photo/Ouray County Plaindealer, Patrick Moore)
This photo provided by the Ouray County Plaindealer shows rescue personnel examining the tail second of a plane on Saturday, March 22, 2014 after it was recovered from the Ridgeway Reservoir south of Montrose. Colo. The plane believed to be carrying five people crashed into a reservoir in southwestern Colorado and authorities say all are feared dead. Divers are to be used Sunday to search for victims and to recover the rest of the plane. (AP Photo/Ouray County Plaindealer, Patrick Moore)

OURAY COUNTY, Ala. (WIAT) — Recovery efforts in Colorado will continue Wednesday to remove a plane that crashed into a reservoir in Ouray County, killing all five passengers.

Ouray County spokesperson Marti Whitmore says weather conditions may impact the recovery team’s start time, but insists the team is committed to recovering the plane and the bodies of the passengers Thursday.

Whitmore says dive teams will be on the water first thing in the morning to begin the process.

The victims and the plane are expected to be removed by midafternoon.

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