1 person killed in plane crash in Sandy Lake First Nation – CBC

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1 person killed in plane crash in Sandy Lake First Nation – CBC

by ahnationtalk on May 27, 202232 Views

May 27, 2022

Thursday’s crash involved a Cessna aircraft owned by Sandy Lake Seaplane Service

One person was killed in a plane crash at Sandy Lake First Nation on Thursday.

The crash, which occurred just before 7 p.m., involved a Cessna aircraft owned by Sandy Lake Seaplane Service, an air taxi company based in the community. Sandy Lake is located about 600 kilometres northwest of Thunder Bay.

The crash was confirmed by Sandy Lake Chief Delores Kakegamic in a statement posted to Facebook.

“There will be an official investigation and the crash site has been secured,” the statement reads. “At this difficult time the family is requesting that no one post pictures of the crash site on all social media platforms.”

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/sandy-lake-plane-crash-1.6467973

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