The Coast Guard in Seattle reported late Sunday that the aircraft that crashed near Eagle Harbor just after 5 p.m. May 27 was a 1974 4-cycle two-seater, fixed-wing single-engine airplane.
Two people were reportedly aboard the airplane.
Earlier reports indicated three people had been aboard the plane, but the Coast Guard said Sunday night that the plane had two occupants.
The search for the second occupant, a male, was continuing.
A woman from the plane was rescued by a good Samaritan after the plane went down, and the Coast Guard said she was originally taken to Eagle Harbor, where she was then transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.