FREMONT -- The investigation of the plane crash that killed six people Sunday is now in the hands of the National Transportation Safety Board.

Members of the Fremont post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol were first to respond to the scene on Barker Road in Ballville Township and start the investigation of the crash around 1 p.m. Sunday. The Cessna airplane was piloted by 86-year-old former state Rep. Gene Damschroder.

"Once we get there and investigate the crash and secure the scene and get our part of the investigation done, all the in-depth investigation and everything else is handled by the NTSB," said Sgt. Anne Ralston, public information officer for the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

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