investigation... 3 Today - investigators hope to recover the rest of a plane found in a marshy area - east of Brunswick. They still don't know for certain if it's the plane that dropped off radar Monday night - with two people on board. Investigators have NOT found anyone in the wreckage. Channel 4's Marques White joins us LIVE from Brunswick - Marques, what's next in this investigation? 3 3 We are understanding that a press conference from the NTSB could happen today -- late this afternoon.The Georgia DNR reports a plane was found here -- but there still is no confirmation that is the plane that was involved in Monday's crash.The area where investigators are searching is a marshy, wetlands area in Wallys Leg -- near Grants Creek. 3 We were told yesterday that an object was found -- 12 feet deep -- in waters here.You can only get to the area where crews are searching by air and in a plane -- according to NTSB investigators.Divers found the object yesterday. Several other pieces of the plane were found -- including parts of a battery and interior and exterior parts of the plane.Since that object has been found -- the coast guard is speaking with other agencies in this investigation -- to see what their role is going to be moving forward. That plane was heading from Concord, North Carolina towards Jacksonville. 3 00-09 59:45 - It's sad but in a way, you think how hard it was for them to find this plane where they knew just about where it went down, versus the Malaysian Airlines where they're searching thousands of square miles. Just this plane was hard for them to find. It's a tragedy. 00:06 3 Once that plane is found -- it will be taken to a secure location in Atlanta -- where authorities can continue their investigation.Then the NTSB will release a report about what happened -- and the identify of those on the plane will be released.So again -- we are expected that a news conference could happen today -- so we'll continue to follow that.We'll also have the latest -- as the search continues for this missing plane.MW, C4, TLS.