Transcript for Officials find new video in deadly Louisiana plane crash
And from Louisiana tonight new details about that deadly plane crash and the people who did not survive it. The husband of the young sports reporter who died now revealing he was supposed to drive with her but he had to work so she boarded that flight. It wasn't until after the crash that he saw probe last text message ABC's Caylee hearts on on the scene in Lafayette again tonight. Tonight officials discovering new surveillance video of the moments before this fiery crash in south Louisiana. It could be a critical clue in this investigation. It gives us a very clear picture of Paul what airplane was doing as it came out of the coyotes just about a minute after take off the plane spiraling from 900 feet controllers sounding the alarm. The pilot never making a distress call. The twin engine aircraft barely missing an apartment complex striking power lines slamming right into the ground erupting into flames. The wreckage scattering 700 feet so it did not come apart in mid air. This control panel one of the only pieces left in the entire cockpit just before this fatal flight departed Lafayette regional airport with six LSU fans on board for the peach bowl. Carly McCourt sent one last text it simply said. I love you. But her husband didn't see it until it was too late. Stevens baker junior telling ABC it's the first thing I think about when I wake up and the last thing I think about when I finally fall asleep. And just hours ago the one passenger who survived wade bears that's coming out of surgery most of his body burns he's in critical condition way. Daily arts thanks to you tonight.
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