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OSAGE BEACH, Mo. (AP) _ A fire chief says the three occupants of a plane that crashed near central Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks survived.

Osage Beach Fire Chief Jeff Dorhauer tells KRCG-TV ( of Jefferson City that the single-engine 1976 Beechcraft B-19 crashed about 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Dorhauer says the survivors are all related and were headed home to St. Louis when the plane went down.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch is reporting that the family members are from St. Charles County. Neighbors have identified the victims as: Gary Sulin, 45, his mother, Mary Sulin, 73, and his daughter Sailor, 9.

Only one passenger suffered injuries, Mary Sulin is said to have a broken collar bone and ribs. Neighbors say Sulin is afraid of flying and hadn’t been in a plane in years.

The family was found on the shoreline, rescued by boat by firefighters and were later listed in stable condition at a hospital.

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating.