(MyNews4.com & KRNV) Reno, Nev.-Ten people, including the pilot, were killed in Friday's plane crash at the Reno Air Races. NTSB officials say the P-51 Mustang contained an onboard video camera and a flight data recorder. Officials hope the data will provide clear insight about what led to the crash. Some 70 people were taken to area hospitals. Four people remain in critical condition.
Max Rosekind with the NTSB says, "But I'm gonna repeat, there was a camera identified, video camera, fragments were found, memory cards have been identified, all of those will be going to the research and engineering laboratory in DC to determine if they actually have any video images from the accident aircraft."
"Our investigators have also found that this particular aircraft had a recording system that recorded multiple variables on both memory card and through telemetry, transferred the data to the racing team crew. A box with a memory card has been found."