Wreckage of West Wind Aviation ATR 42 that crashed near Fond du Lac on Dec. 13, 2017. Photo by Transportation Safety Board.

The Transportation Safety Board’s investigation into what actually happened when a twin turboprop crashed near Fond du Lac continues.

The ATR 42 crashed seconds after takeoff on Wednesday night from the northern community en route to Stony Rapids. Twenty-five people were on board — and while some were seriously injured, no one died as a result.

The TSB says it has sent the flight data recorder, cockpit voice recorder and emergency locator transmitter that were on the plane to its lab in Ottawa for further analysis.

Scene of plane crash site near Fond du Lac. Photo by TSB.

According to the Safety Board’s investigation page of the wreck they have conducted an initial survey of the site.

The TSB also says it also plans to hold a media briefing next week to update the public on the status of the investigation.

West Wind Aviation has temporarily grounded their other ATR aircraft for the time being.

Meanwhile, the Prince Albert Grand Council has made health supports available to individuals and family members affected by the crash.

Those supports will be available at the Prince Albert Travelodge until 7:00 pm on Friday.

Anyone who has any questions about the supports can also call PAGC’s Health Support Workers at 306-940-7673 (Rebecca) or 306-292-9532 (Holly) for more details.