A single-engine airplane en route to Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park from a Las Vegas airport crashed in a remote mountainous region Tuesday, killing four people. The crash was the second deadly aviation accident to occur in Southern Utah in less than a week. According to authorities in Kane County Utah, the airplane, registered to Hunt Aviation LLC of Las Vegas, crashed about 3 p.m. A U.S. Air Force rescue coordination center in Florida contacted the Civil Air Patrol in southern Utah after picking up a distress signal from an emergency transmitter beacon emitted by the plane. Hunt Aviation also ... Read More
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