Not anything new to me except the alt. at which they found the plane and the total height of the area
" CAP finds Cirrus SR20 wreckage
Apr. 20 Â— Cirrus Design Corporation has sent a factory representative to aid in the investigation of a fatal crash on April 10 near Tucson, Arizona, of a Cirrus SR20 aircraft carrying three Wisconsin men. It was the first fatal crash of a customer delivered SR20. Killed in the accident were the owner and pilot of the aircraft, 54-year-old Douglas M. Koehler of Mequon, Wisconsin; his brother Rodney Koehler, 47, of Appleton, Wisconsin; and Rodney Koehler’s 17-year-old son, Christopher. The wreckage was found April 14 at an elevation of 5,200 feet on the side of a 7,000-foot mountain, 32 miles southeast of Tucson, sources said. Weather may have been a factor. Pilot records available on the Internet indicate that Koehler did not have an instrument rating. The aircraft, N number N116CD, was the eleventh SR20 delivered. The wreckage was located by the Civil Air Patrol, which had alerted all search units along the route of flight. "