Plane carrying 4 disappears over Bermuda Triangle; debris found

Plane carrying 4 disappears over Bermuda Triangle; debris found

Plane carrying 4 disappears over Bermuda Triangle; debris found

USA authorities are searching for survivors after a private plane carrying four passengers disappeared above the Bermuda Triangle on Monday.

The plane was carrying Jennifer Blumin, who is a prominent designer of event spaces in NY, her two children and her boyfriend, Nathan Ulrich, according to the Daily News.

It was cruising at 24,000ft (8,000m), but lost contact with air-traffic controllers in Miami as it glided over the Bahamian island of Eleuthera.

Debris and an oil slick were spotted east of Eleuthera but authorities were still trying to determine whether it came from the missing plane, according to Marilyn Fajardo, a Coast Guard spokeswoman in Miami.

Ulrich's brother told reporters Ulrich is an "experienced pilot", and ex-wife, actress Rae Dawn Chong, says he's a PhD and mechanical engineer.

The twin-engine MU-2B lost contact with air traffic control on its way from Puerto Rico to Titusville, Florida.

"We're still working to find something with specifics identifying", a spokesman said. "You couldn't get a better pilot", she said.

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The father of the two boys on board the missing plane told the New YorkDaily News how he felt about the tragedy. Records show that, as of 2015, Blumin resided in Tribeca, with her husband James Ramsey and their two young sons.

"The majority of Atlantic tropical storms and hurricanes pass through the Bermuda Triangle", NOAA said on its website. "We're expecting to hear from the Coast Guard with a general report at 5pm".

So scary! For years ships and planes have vanished without a trace in the so-called Bermuda Triangle and its happened again. We help our clients transform our spaces into anything they like. "I love him", she said.

The Coast Guard said it deployed a C-130 Hercules airplane crew to search for the overdue plane on Monday. According to neighbors in Lee, Ulrich co-owned Xootr, a company that manufactures kick scooters and folding bicycles.

Authorities made a heartbreaking discovery on Tuesday during the desperate search for Ulrich, Blumin, and her sons, ages four and three.

Customs and Border Patrol, the Royal Bahamas Defense Force and the Air Force have also assisted in the search.

Ms Blumin was the founder of an event management company, Skylight Group, and had just put her house on the market for more than $5m.

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