Authorities are preparing to remove the wreckage of a deadly small plane crash from a shallow lagoon off San Francisco Bay.
Three people were killed Thursday when the small plane plummeted into the lagoon near Oracle Corp. headquarters in Redwood City.
Officials say divers recovered the body of a 40-year-old woman outside the plane, but two bodies are still inside the aircraft.
Redwood City Fire Department spokesman Malcolm Smith says a contractor has been hired to lift the wreckage out of the water Friday.
An employee of R.E. Borrmann's Steel Co. says the company's founder, 92-year-old Robert Borrmann, was on the plane, along with the pilot and a woman.
The twin-engine Beechcraft Queen Air crashed shortly after taking off from San Carlos Airport.