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USGood Samaritans rescue 3 in plane crash in Alaska

07:05  22 may  2019
07:05  22 may  2019 Source:   cbsnews.com

Good samaritans pull MN man from car in lake

Good samaritans pull MN man from car in lake A man is alive and recovering after good samaritans and a first responder pulled him from a car partially submerged in a central Minnesota lake. Stearns County Sheriff Steve Soyka says it happened in Lower Spunk Lake in Avon Township Friday evening. A man driving a 2012 Chrysler 200 left Stearns County Road 9 shortly after 8 p.m., entered a ditch and hit a driveway approach. The vehicle then struck a raised garden and careened down a hill and into Lower Spunk Lake. An Avon first responder and a number of good samaritans were able to help the driver from the vehicle, which was submerged up to its windows. He suffered no apparent injuries.

Good samaritans pull MN man from car in lake. A man is alive and recovering after good samaritans and a first responder pulled him from a car partially submerged in a central Minnesota lake. Stearns County Sheriff Steve Soyka says it happened in Lower Spunk Lake in Avon Township Friday evening.

US -Downed-Aircraft- Alaska . Update:APNewsNow. HL: 3 rescued after plane crashes in Alaska . The associated press. Officials say all three people on board the Cessna A185F Skywagon were picked up Tuesday by good Samaritans following the crash .

Good Samaritans rescue 3 in plane crash in Alaska© Credit: CBSNews cessna.jpg

All three people on board a plane that crashed in Alaska's Prince William Sound were rescued by good Samaritans, the Coast Guard said Tuesday.  The Coast Guard, Alaska Air National Guard and Good Samaritans responded to the report of a downed Cessna A185F Skywagon in Prince William Sound, in the vicinity of Cascade Bay 20 miles southwest of Valdez, Alaska.

The Coast Guard said the three people on board were taken to local hospitals. Four good Samaritan vessels arrived on scene and recovered all three people.

It's unclear who owns and operates the plane.

The cause of the crash is under investigation, CBS Anchorage affiliate KTVA reports.

5 dead, 1 missing after floatplanes carrying cruise-goers collide in Alaska

5 dead, 1 missing after floatplanes carrying cruise-goers collide in Alaska The two planes that collided mid-air over Alaska were carrying 14 passengers from a seven-day roundtrip cruise out of Vancouver.

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'There were heads bobbing everywhere': Good Samaritan who helped rescue survivors after two planes crashed into water in Alaska killing six including two newlyweds, speaks out. Retired fisherman Chuck Hanas pulled victims of Monday's sea plane crash in Alaska , and onto his boat, after seeing

Tuesday's crash is just one day after a plane crash killed two people in Metlakatla Harbor, Alaska. The plane in that was operated by Taquan Air.  Last week, a midair collision of sightseeing planes near Ketchikan left six people dead. The aircraft in that incident were operated by Taquan Air and Mountain Air Service.

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Report: Pilot saw flash just before Alaska midair collision.
A preliminary report says a pilot saw a flash on his left side just before his plane collided with another plane in Alaska, killing six people. The National Transportation Safety Board says in the report released Wednesday that the two planes carrying Alaska cruise ship passengers were returning from a flightseeing tour of Misty Fjords when the collision occurred May 13 northeast of Ketchikan. (Ryan Sinkey via AP, File) ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A pilot saw a flash on his left side just before his plane collided with another plane in Alaska, killing six people, according to a preliminary accident report released Wednesday.

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