Family of missing family members, friends in mourning after missing plane crashes

A plane carrying the family of missing Canadian couple has crashed in the Atlantic Ocean.

The family of 22-year-old Michelle and Evan Cudzak were on a holiday to Ireland.

The plane was reported missing by the family at about 7:30 p.m. local time Wednesday.

Michelle Cudzik and Evan Zajac were on their way to visit family in Ireland when the plane went down.

“I’m just devastated,” Evan Zagac said in a video message.

“We are so thankful we were able to see them.”

Michelle Caudzak is the daughter of Evan Zabac, who is also a pilot and a member of the Canadian Armed Forces.

He is also from Montreal.

He was the first person to land at Toronto Pearson International Airport.

He has a history of mental health issues and is a recovering alcoholic.

Evan Zafac is a father of two.

He and Michelle Coudzik were on vacation in Ireland, Canada, when the family reported the plane had gone down.

They were at the airport when the crash happened.

“It’s a terrible tragedy,” Evan Coudzak said in the video.

“They are going to be devastated.”

The plane crashed near Cape Canaveral, Florida, about 75 miles south of Orlando, Florida.

It is not clear how many people were on board.

“Our hearts are broken and our thoughts are with them,” Michelle Cuthak said.

“There are a lot of people affected by mental health and alcohol issues.”

Evan Zavac said the family is looking forward to celebrating the upcoming Easter holiday.

He said they are still getting updates on the condition of the family.