All nine people on board a sightseeing aeroplane died when it crashed in Alaska.
Clint Johnson, head of the National Transportation Safety Board’s Alaska office, said stormy weather was preventing the recovery of bodies from a cliff about 20 miles north-east of Ketchikan.
Attempts to recover the bodies will resume today.
The plane was carrying eight cruise ship passengers from the Holland America Line ship Westerdam, and a pilot. It went missing yesterday afternoon and was found against the granite rock face of a cliff, 800 feet above Ella Lake.