NTSB report: Plane in crash that killed Raleigh-based bank CEO ‘was not to be flown’

Federal authorities have released a preliminary report in connection to the Jan. 7 plane crash that claimed the life of two North Carolina businessmen, including the CEO of a Raleigh bank.

Eric John Bergevin, 53, who was CEO of both Integrated Financial Holdings in Raleigh and its banking subsidiary, Illinois chartered West Town Bank & Trust, and 54-year-old Christian Rask Fauchald were killed in the crash in southeast Virginia.

While an official cause of the crash is not included in the report…

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