The search continues for two people aboard a small plane that went down in marshy, wetlands in Georgia. Investigators say they found some objects that could be the plane, but no survivors. 3 A twin-engine plane went down just after 7 last night near Brunswick. The plane was heading from Concord, North Carolina -- to Jacksonville's Craig Field. Today -- investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board are telling us they found an object on the bottom of a marsh creek in Glynn County. Channel 4's Marques White is joining us live now in Brunswick. Marques - what else did investigators have to say today? 3 3 3 That news conference was held earlier this afternoon -- at the airport in Brunswick. Investigators say the plane lost radar contact -- and that several witnesses described to them what was consistent with a plane crash. 3 0-5 6-11 SUPER: Shawn Etcher/NTSB Air Safety Investigator The search for the missing plane started early this morning -- in the air and in the water.004905 A PLANE WAS OBSERVED FALLING FROM THE SKY.. IT LOST RADAR CONTACT WITH THE RAIO CONTROL FACILITY.People in the area reported hearing a NTSB investigators say small pieces of the Piper PA-44 have been found.005217 SHAWN ETCHER/DIFFERNET PIECES. PARTS OF THE BATTERY, THE BAGGAGE, OVERALL EXTERIOR PIECES, WITH SOME INTERIOR PIECES.Sonar found several items of interest -- and now divers are focusing on a concentrated area.Investigators don't believe weather played a factor in the crash.005544 IT LOOKS LIKE IT WAS AN OVERCAST SKY ..... NOTHING THAT THIS AIRPLANE SHOULDN'T HAVE BEEN ABLE TO HANDLE.The NTSB, the FAA, the coast guard, the Georgia DNR, and Glynn County police are all assisting.The Georgia DNR reports two people were on the plane. Investigators say there was no black box on the plane -- but the plane could communicate with the tower in Jacksonville. 005245 THERE WAS NOTHING HEARD FROM THE A QUICK LISTEN TO THE TAPES OF A DISTRESS CALL. Authortiies will not comment about who is in the plane -- but they think they have an idea.If bodies are found -- investigators say they want to wait until the coroner idenifies them -- before they release any names. The NTSB says having divers out in the dark is not a good idea -- so the search continues for now -- and it could be stopped for the night. Investigators hope to recover the rest of the plane by tomorrow and then take it to Atlanta -- for their investigation.We did contact the ATP Flight School in Jacksonville.That's where the plane is believed to be from. We have not heard back from anyone yet.MW, C4, TLS. Marques, did anyone from the NTSB tell you when they expect to be able to give us more information?: We did ask that question at today's press conference. We were told that the NTSB's next update will likely be sometime tomorrow. They also tell us they expect to be able to release some sort of preliminary report soon -- and then a detailed report about what happened sometime within the next six months to a year.