Have not seen it in the papers yet but there was some talk the plane had
recently had some questions and perhaps work done on it. There are some
questioning that the two men may have been overcome with Carbon Monoxide.
God bless the families of those who perished. May you all be comforted. Thanks for the many who gave of their time and risk their health and
safety. The water was well below 32 degrees (made possible by the high mineral
content, 27 percent, in the north part of the lake) and was a major hazard even
to divers in dry suits. I'm told they could only stay under a few minutes
and even at that a couple persons had to be treated for hypothermia and that
visibility was measured in inches.
When this plane first went missing, my first thought was, "They are crashed
in the Great Salt Lake."So sad for these families!
It's not polluted. Minerals and algae growing in the water provide the
That purple water looks nasty and very polluted.