An aviation medical Examiner’s office said Thursday that it will conduct a review of the president’s plane’s crash.
“We will review the facts and circumstances surrounding the accident,” said John F. Murnane, the regional medical examiner for the Mid-Atlantic region.
“If there is a cause of death, we will be able to determine whether the crash was caused by an accident or caused by negligence.”
Murnanes report is expected to be released later Thursday.
Mourners hold candles and hold signs during a candlelight vigil for Air Force One on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021, to honor the life of U.S. President Donald Trump, at the National Mall in Washington.
Trump was aboard Air Force one when the plane crashed on Jan. 31.
A number of people were killed.
(AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) Murnaney was sworn in as regional medical examiners in 2017.
His report said that, “There was a large number of passengers on the plane and the crash site was in a well-traveled area.”
Trump has not commented on the report.