Plane carrying Southwest students found; no survivors

Wreckage of the plane carrying a Twin Cities businessman and three of his children, all students at Southwest schools, was located Monday in the mountains of Wyoming, but no survivors were found, searchers reported Tuesday morning.
Luke Bucklin and three of his sons, 14-year-old twins Nick and Nate and 12-year-old Noah, disappeared Oct. 25 shortly after flying out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in Bucklin’s four-seat Mooney 201. The single-engine fixed-wing aircraft was located in an area known as Indian Pass at an elevation of about 11,100 feet, according to information from the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office posted Tuesday on the Bucklin’s website.
Bucklin and his sons were returning to Minnesota after a family vacation when the plane apparently crashed.
Nick and Nate Bucklin were freshmen at Southwest High School. Noah Bucklin attended Anthony Middle School.
Emily Lowther, a spokesperson for Minneapolis Public Schools, said the district was in contact with the family.