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Workers recovering wreckage of southeast Alaska plane crash

 


ANCHORAGE (AP) — Crews have started recovering the wreckage of a Cessna 207 that crashed Friday in a rugged area of southeast Alaska.

Recovery efforts began Sunday with a helicopter flight to a wooded area west of Juneau, National Transportation Safety Board Alaska regional office chief Clint Johnson told the Alaska Dispatch News

The Wings of Alaska flight crashed on the way from Juneau to the small community of Hoonah, killing 45-year-old pilot Fariah Peterson. Her body was recovered Saturday.

The plane's four passengers were injured. They were airlifted from the crash site Friday by U...



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