JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - Authorities have identified the nine people killed when their sightseeing plane crashed in southeast Alaska.

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) Authorities have identified the nine people killed when their sightseeing plane crashed in southeast Alaska.

They are tentatively identified as 71-year-old Hal Cheney and 59-year-old Mary Doucette of Lodi, California; 31-year-old Glenda Cambiaso and 65-year-old Hugo Cambiaso of North Potomac, Maryland; 73-year-old June Kranenburg and 63-year-old Leonard Kranenburg of Medford, Oregon; 63-year-old Margie Apodaca and 70-year-old Raymond Apodaca of Sparks, Nevada; and the pilot, 64-year-old Bryan Krill of Hope, Idaho.

The DeHavilland DHC-3 Otter turboprop went down Thursday in Misty Fjords National Monument near Ketchikan.

A recovery crew reached the remote site Friday.

The state medical examiner's office will determine positive identifications.