More Details In Plane Crash in Whitefish Bay Off Lake Superior

Canada's Transportation Safety Board will not be launching a full investigation into a plane crash near Sault Ste. Marie last Friday.
The TSB says it was able to speak with both people who were in the Piper P-A-18 150 (Piper Super Cub), who told the federal investigative body that they were practicing some forced approaches on a beach shoreline near the undeveloped remote island of Ile Parisienne, in the middle of Whitefish Bay, about 25 kilometres northwest of the Sault.
During the overshoot procedure of the process, a windshear occurred, but the plane's descent could not be stopped - the single-engine monoplane then touched down on the beach and flipped over.
While the plane was substantially damaged, no injuries were reported.