- 1 person remains missing after reports of a downed plane
- Authorities cannot confirm if the planes collided
The bodies will be identified by the medical examiner's office.
Two small planes went down Friday, after what could have been an in-flight collision.
A total of three people may have been aboard the two aircraft. The search operation continues Monday.
Authorities discovered a log book that helped them identify one of the planes and people on board -- two men, ages 61 and 81.
Another plane, believed to be piloted by a 72-year-old woman, was expected to arrive at Torrance airport Friday but never showed, the U.S. Coast Guard says.
One of the aircraft was a Beechcraft and the other was a Super Decathlon, a plane that's often used for aerobatic stunts.
The incident occurred near the community of San Pedro, south of downtown Los Angeles and just west of Long Beach.