Tonight - we continue to follow the investigation into a deadly plane crash in a Sandalwood neighborhood. The pilot - 60-year-old Dr. Michael Huber and his two daughters - 17-year-old Abigail and 20-year-old Tess - were all killed when their Cessna 310 went down in a retention pond in the Sutton Lakes neighborhood. We've learned their plane was headed to Craig Airport from St. Lucie County last night .. when it crashed near the back yard of a home on Nettington Court. The family lived in Port St. Lucie - But Tess Huber was a sophomore at the University of North Florida - and in fact she was one of the first women to commit to U-N- F's women's golf team when it started last year. We've also learned Tess went home this weekend to see her younger sister play in a golf tournament, and her dad was bringing her back to Jacksonville for exams when they crashed. Scott Johnson has been talking to the National Transportation Safety Board and to a friend of the pilot ... about what may have sent the plane plummeting into the pond... He's joining us live from the neighborhood ...Scott? 3 3 3 this will be a lengthy investigation and it's determined why this pilot... so close to the airport... roughly a mile or so away eneded up crashing into a retention pond. 3 00-0628-361:08-1:18Bob Hay is still shocked by the death of his friend Michael Huber.Bob Hay High time helicopter pilot in Jacksonville 9:48 he was an all-around great guy, pretty happy but pilots generally are, they love doing what they are doing 9:55 Huber crashed this small plane into a huge sandalwood retenti o n pond... he was on board with his two daughters. The national transportation safety board is investigating and says the cloud ceiling was quite low at the time.... around 200 feet. Not technically fog... but close to it. BOB HAY 12:27 fog and come and go in 20 or 30 minutes, and when he took off out of ft. Pi e rce it may have been fine, of course there were some indications that the weather was going to get bad 12:37 but along the route he had an hour to think about it - no pilot takes off with the idea it's bad we a ther where I am going to land but I am going to do it anyway, they just don't do it. now the NTSB will spend six to nine months in a lengthy investigation of what caused this crash...so far they say it appears Michael Huber was using the electronic instrument landing system when the plane was approaching craig airport... now they start reviewing all available radio traffic and flight data. ROBERT GRETZ/NTSB 5:18:45 - tomorrow and wednesday we'll be going through wreckage documenting, looking for discrepancies. The pilot, the machine and the environment. By pilot I mean we'll document all recent experience.... the faa will conduct toxicological test which is pretty standard in fatal accident. 3 Now while the full investigation takes six to nine months... they expect some preliminary findings to be released in five to ten business days and we might get an idea of what caused this crash. Scott, is there any sort of black box on this aircraft?