NTSB To Review Crash Of Organ Transplant Plane

The National Transportation Safety Board is set to determine the cause of a 2007 crash that killed six people when their plane slammed into Lake Michigan off Wisconsin's coast.

The NTSB planned to discuss the crash on Wednesday.

The twin-engine Cessna was carrying a four-member medical team, two pilots and a human organ for a transplant operation in Michigan when it took off from Milwaukee's General Mitchell International Airport.

In a separate matter, the NTSB is also expected to discuss a 2007 pipe explosion that killed two and injured seven people in Mississippi.