N.M. Plane Crash Leaves Drugs, No Survivors

A small plane crash into a New Mexico lake has taken an unexpected turn.  Bundles of cocaine are being pulled from the lake where the plane crashed.

No survivors have been found.  Several kilo-sized packages of cocaine were found floating among the wreckage.

A state police dive team is at the lake about 70 miles north of Espanola, New Mexico.  The type of aircraft and the number of people on board is not yet known.

The FAA is sending an investigator from Albuquerque to look into the cause of the crash.