Still more questions than answers concerning a plane crash that killed one man in Daviess county Kentucky Monday. John McKinney died when his 1967 twin engine Cessna crashed around 5 that evening. The National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration are on the scene investigating. They say they dont know what happened and it may be a while before they have any answers. They did say it appears there was no fire at the crash scene. The wreckage is being taken to the Daviess County Airport, where investigators will spend the next 2 to 3 days examining it. The 40 year old plane was not equipped with a flight data recorder otherwise known as a black box so they will have to rely on the Daviess County Airports air traffic control recording.