Wreckage sifted for clues to crash

At executive airport on Commercial Blvd, NTSB air safety inspector Tim Monville (middle) along with other officials looking over part of the plane that crashed near Port Everglades on April 19, 2001 killing a family of 4, Martin Arcand, 39, his wife Yen, 32, and the 4 year old son and 23 month old child.  The pilot Peachie Tianvan was the only survivor and she suffered burns in the accident.  Peachie offered to ferry the family to Freeport to pay respects to Martin's father who died on Wednesday.
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( File / Sun Sentinel / April 21, 2001 )

At executive airport on Commercial Blvd, NTSB air safety inspector Tim Monville (middle) along with other officials looking over part of the plane that crashed near Port Everglades on April 19, 2001 killing a family of 4, Martin Arcand, 39, his wife Yen, 32, and the 4 year old son and 23 month old child. The pilot Peachie Tianvan was the only survivor and she suffered burns in the accident. Peachie offered to ferry the family to Freeport to pay respects to Martin's father who died on Wednesday.

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