The bodies of a 67-year-old man and his 43-year-old son were recovered from the wreckage of a small plane that crashed shortly after taking off Saturday from Buchanan Field Airport in Concord. The single-engine Bonanza Beechcraft was located about 4 a.m. Sunday by a Civil Air Patrol crew on private land off Lake Herman Road near Interstate 680 in Benicia, said Deputy Daniel Pratt, a spokesman for the Solano County Sheriff’s Office. Pratt identified the two men killed in the crash as Perry Vallee of Arcata (Humboldt County) and Vallee’s son, Preston Vallee, who lived in Concord. The men were reported missing by family members about 9:40 p.m.
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