Police have officially identified the two people killed in last week's plane crash in Hawk Junction.
Superior East Ontario Provincial Police say 23-year-old Adam Hobbs of New Dundee, Ontario, and 64-year-old Robert Gregorini of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash last Thursday, July 11th.
Hawk Air had previously identified the two, calling them members of the "Hawk Air Family" - Hobbs was noted to be a pilot, while Gregorini was explained as a "co-worker".
Transportation Safety Board investigators were on site last weekend, but have since returned to their Toronto offices with pieces of the wreckage and components of the "Beaver" float plane to analyze or test as part of the ongoing investigation.