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There are no survivors from a plane crash that occurred Monday evening in southwest Colorado.
According to the San Miguel County Sheriff's Office, two bodies were recovered at about 6:25 PM on Monday from a privately-owned Beechcraft Bonanza aircraft that crashed in Ingram Basin just east of Telluride.
The two victims of the plane crash have been identified as Costas John Sivyllis, 30, and his wife Lindsey Vogelaar, 33, both of Port Orange, Florida.
The newlyweds tragically died just four days after eloping in Telluride during a small mountain wedding held on October 1. In days leading up to the fatal accident, the couple had been documenting their adventurous honeymoon online for family and friends to follow along. Both also worked in the airline industry, Sivyllis a United Airlines pilot and a flight instructor.
It is believed the aircraft crashed 10 to 15 minutes after departing at about 12:45 PM from the Telluride Airport (TEX). The couple was headed back to Florida with a possible fuel stop in Oklahoma.
Following the crash, Black Bear Pass closed for recovery efforts. Ingram Basin can be accessed along Black Bear Pass, which reaches a high point of 12,840 feet above sea level.
The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board have been notified and will take over the investigation.