"We do not know the time when it happened, a lot of information is going around".
Officials in the Bahamas say that the crash site was located on Friday two miles off Big Grand Cay.
The sorority released a statement on Friday about the crash. "Our sympathies are with their families, friends and Phi Mu chapter sisters".
A vigil is planned for 7:30 p.m. Saturday at 19747 Southern Hills Avenue in Baton Rouge.
A helicopter carrying seven Americans to Fort Lauderdale, Florida crashed Thursday off Grand Cay island in the Bahamas, killing everyone on aboard, Bahamian police said. The two had worked together at Pioneer Fuel before Cline started his latest venture.
Joe Carey is a spokesman for Cline's lawyer in West Virginia, Brian Glasser.
Cline took a special philanthropic interest in his home state of West Virginia. "Chris was just one of those folks who had the Midas touch". He donated $1 million to Trump's inauguration, according to Open Secrets. By 2015, Bloomberg had made a slight change to the nickname, calling him, simply, "the King of Coal" in an article about a $1 million contribution Cline had made to a super-PAC supporting Republican Jeb Bush's presidential candidacy. "The bodies of four females and three males were retrieved from the aircraft", police spokeswoman Terecita Pinder said. She said a specialized ship was coming from Florida with equipment to pull the helicopter from the water.More news: Barca to add Coutinho in Neymar offer
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A cause of the crash is not known but police in the Bahams said civilian aviation authorities on the island have launched an investigation.
She said the group of Americans from Big Grand Cay failed to arrive as expected in Fort Lauderdale.
In addition to Cline's daughter, other victims included David Jude, Delaney Wykle, two unidentified friends and an unidentified helicopter mechanic from Florida, the Bahamas Press reported.
"Today, we lost a [West Virginia] superstar and I lost a very close friend", Justice said in a tweet, adding "Chris Cline built an empire and on every occasion was always there to give". Coal mining began in Chris's family with his grandfather, and in 1980, Chris's father bought out his partner in their coal business and gave the shares to Chris. "A giving, good man".
Cline also donated $5 million to support West Virginia's Marshall University Sports Medicine Institute and another $3.5 million for the school's athletics foundation. The university's president, Jerome A. Gilbert, mourned the loss on Twitter.
"Our hearts are heavy with the awful news this evening of the passing of prominent Son of Marshall Chris Cline", Marshall President Jerome Gilbert said on Twitter.