The Latest on a fatal plane crash in Hawaii (all times local):
The Honolulu Medical Examiner has completed autopsies for the 11 people killed when a skydiving plane crashed and burned in Hawaii.
City spokesman Andrew Pereira says the cause of death for each victim was multiple blunt force injuries due to the plane crash.
There were 10 men and one woman on board the plane.
Pereira says the medical examiner may make public the identities of some of the victims on Monday.
The plane crashed Friday evening just inside the perimeter fence of an airfield on the north shore of Oahu island.
Federal officials have said the plane crashed shortly after takeoff.
— This version corrects that the plane crashed shortly after takeoff, not that it was returning to the airfield.
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