Floatplane Crash in Katmai National Park Injures Four
Federal authorities are investigating an August 8 floatplane crash in Katmai National Park. Alaska Air National Guard say the airplane with 7 onboard crashed while attempting to take off from a body of water near Mirror Lake. Four persons were seriously injured and were taken from Iliamna to Anchorage for treatment. The remaining three passengers were taken to King Salmon for evaluation.
Report taken from Alaska Dispatch News.
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