Today, federal investigators will look into what caused a deadly plane crash in north Texas on Saturday.
Four people were killed.
The plane took off from Northwest Regional Airport near Roanoke, Saturday morning.
Air traffic controllers then lost contact with the pilot.
Police and the Civil Air Patrol spent the day looking for the plane.
Authorities found the wreckage last night near Terrell, in Van Zandt county, east of Dallas.
The FAA traced the aircraft, a Beechcraft Bonanza, to a Southlake company.
The names of the four people killed have not been released.