Passenger killed, 10 others hurt in Alaska plane crash

The twin turboprop ran off the runway and nearly plunged into the waters of the Aleutian islands; a high school swim team from Washington state was on board.
1:09 | 10/19/19

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Now to the deadly plane crash in Alaska. The plane overshooting the runway, coming to a stop just short of the bay. 42 people were onboard, including a high school swim team. Two people were critically injured. And one has now died. Here's kayna Whitworth. Reporter: Tonight, investigators scrambling to the scene to determine why this plane flying from Anchorage crashed upon landing at a rural airport in Alaska. The twin turbo prop running off the runway at roughly 5:40 P.M., stopping just short of plunging into icy waters of the aleutian islands. Authorities confirming 38-year-old David Allen ottoman was killed. Ten other passengers injured, one critically. You can see the front of the plane hanging over the rocks. 39 passengers and three crew in total onboard, including a high school swim team. They remain on the island and are shaken up but safe. Symptom, the NTSB will be investigating. Tom. Thank you. And new messages between Boeing test pilots suggest the

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