The New York Post: Ongoing search for wreckage, remains after Hamptons plane crash

The search for the wreckage of the private plane crash presumed to have killed four people — including “Builder to the Stars” Ben Krupinski — continued Sunday along the eastern tip of Long Island.

As strong winds and choppy surf widened the debris field, the search shifted towards South Hampton for the remnants of the Piper PA-31 Navajo that plummeted into the Atlantic about a mile off of Indian Wells Beach just before 3 p.m. Saturday.

Only two bodies had been recovered as of early Sunday, but all four of the plane’s occupants are presumed dead.

In addition to famed Hamptons home builder Krupinski, 70 — whose A-list clients included Martha Stewart and Billy Joel — those aboard included his wife, Bonnie Bistrian Krupinski, also 70; their 22-year-old grandson, Will Maerov; and pilot Jon Dollard, 47.

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