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Four Hurt in Crash of Alaska Commuter Plane

December 10, 1987|United Press International

ANCHORAGE — A commuter plane with five people aboard crashed in the snow 200 feet short of a runway Wednesday at Anchorage International Airport, seriously injuring the pilot, the Federal Aviation Administration said. Three passengers had minor injuries.

A spokesman for the National Transportation Safety Board said the Cessna 402 commuter plane arriving from Valdez was owned by Wilbur's Flight Service. There was no fire but the aircraft received "substantial damage," he said.

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