NTSB Begins Investigation into Fatal Plane Crash in Alaska

According to KTUU, on December 1, an investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and Alaska State Troopers arrived at the site of a fatal plane crash near St. Mary’s, Alaska.

On the evening of November 29, a Hageland Aviation Cessna 208 plane crashed approximately four miles southeast of St. Mary’s airport, killing four people, including the pilot and a 5-month-old baby. Six other passengers survived and were taken to Anchorage for their injuries.

NTSB officials started to investigate the wreckage at the site of the deadly plane accident. Steve Smith, Era Alaska Director of Sales, told KTUU that they have brought in additional staff to deal with the tragedy, working with survivors and family members to handle the situation during this difficult time.

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