Federal officials will be at on Tuesday as part of an ongoing investigation into the plane crash that occurred in Santa Monica on Monday afternoon.
Members of the National Transportation Safety Board will be there to "listen to voice tapes, interview maintenance workers and speak with people at the flight school," senior NTSB official Wayne Pollack said, according to City News Service.
On Wednesday, the officials "will look at the plane in greater detail."
(Pollack has not returned Santa Monica Patch's request for comment.)
The federal officials will be trying to figure out what caused the crash, during which a student pilot and were injured. The single-engine Cessna crashed into a house near 21st and Navy streets at 2:29 p.m., shortly after taking off from SMO.
Late Monday, the wreckage was removed, and fuel was pumped out of the plane, according to reports.
The pilot suffered a compound leg fracture, and the worker suffered injuries to his hair and hand.
The student pilot was reportedly practicing takeoffs and landings. The pilot's name has not yet been released.
The plane "crashed just after takeoff [or a go-around] into a residential backyard under unknown circumstances," said Allen Kenitzer of the Federal Aviation Administration, according to CNS.
Representatives for the airport have not responded to Santa Monica Patch's request for comment.
More on Monday's plane crash:
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