Firefighters and other emergency workers stand ready to enter the FlightSafety building in Wichita, Kan., Friday morning after a twin-engine plane crashed into the building after takeoff Thursday. Representatives with the National Transportation Safety Board plan to meet with Wichita police and fire officials as well as other authorities shortly after dawn on Friday to lay out a plan to remove the victims from the rubble of the now-unsafe FlightSafety International building. (Oct. 31, 2014)
Firefighters and other emergency workers stand ready to enter the FlightSafety building in Wichita, Kan., Friday morning after a twin-engine plane crashed into the building after takeoff Thursday. Representatives with the National Transportation Safety Board plan to meet with Wichita police and fire officials as well as other authorities shortly after dawn on Friday to lay out a plan to remove the victims from the rubble of the now-unsafe FlightSafety International building. (Oct. 31, 2014) Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
Firefighters and other emergency workers stand ready to enter the FlightSafety building in Wichita, Kan., Friday morning after a twin-engine plane crashed into the building after takeoff Thursday. Representatives with the National Transportation Safety Board plan to meet with Wichita police and fire officials as well as other authorities shortly after dawn on Friday to lay out a plan to remove the victims from the rubble of the now-unsafe FlightSafety International building. (Oct. 31, 2014) Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle