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January 03, 1986

Chilean air force personnel recovered the bodies of eight American tourists killed in the New Year's Eve crash of a chartered plane on an Antarctic glacier, Chilean officials said. The cause of the crash has not been determined, but bad weather is suspected. The victims, retired and middle-aged professionals, were on a $6,000-per-person trip. Two Californians, Irving Lambrecht, a Los Angeles retiree, and James M. Jasper, a librarian from Oxnard, were among those killed.

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