The second flight data recorder from the cargo plane that crashed in Trinity Bay is now in the
hands of federal investigators. The National Transportation Safety Board found the device
yesterday. The first box turned up Friday during a thorough search of the bay. The flight data
recorder box will be studied at the NTSB lab in Washington. Witnesses says the Boeing 767's
twin engines were making loud noises before it crashed in the bay off Chambers County just
over a week ago. All three people on board were killed.