Crews were working to recovery wreckage from the crash Thursday. Atlanta Air Recovery, a salvage company, will take all of the wreckage down to the Griffin-Spalding County Airport, about 45 miles south of Atlanta, Channel 2 Action News reported. There, the NTSB will reconstruct the plane to determine the cause of the crash.
No one was inside the complex building at the time of the crash, and no other injuries were reported, according to DeKalb fire Capt. Dion Bentley. Six units were deemed unsafe due to structural damage and fuel vapors.
As the investigation continued in Georgia, a North Carolina community was grieving the deaths of two businessmen.
Both Csanyi and Lowrie lived in Salisbury, located about 45 miles northwest of Charlotte, the Salisbury Post reported. Csanyi owned CMW Manufacturing LLC in Salisbury, and Lowrie was president and general manager of the company, the newspaper reported.