Federal Investigation Planned for Minnesota Plane Crash
March 9, 2010

Federal investigators are planning a hearing over the cause of a July 31, 2008, plane crash that happened in Southern Minnesota, which killed eight people. Among the passengers on the corporate jet were Marc Rosenberg and Alan Barnett, chief operating officer and assistant project manger for APG International, a Glassboro, N.J.-based contract glazing company (CLICK HERE to read a related article). Those aboard the plane were customers of Viracon and were traveling to the company's headquarters in Owatonna, Minn., for a meeting to discuss the Revel Hotel & Casino project in Atlantic City.

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