A float plane carrying guests of a fishing lodge and guides crashed near a lake in southwest Alaska Tuesday morning, killing three and injuring up to seven others. The three people killed are all visitors from out of state, Alaska State Troopers reported. Their identities will not be disclosed until authorities have been able to notify their families. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) records show that the de Havilland DHC-3 Turbine Otter airplane belonged to the Rainbow King Lodge in Iliamna, Alaska, about 175 miles southwest of Anchorage. KTUU Channel 2 said its attempts to contact the California-based owner of the lodge were ... Read More
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