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Adam Reaburn
Adam moved to Fort St. John in 2004 and he now owns both Moose FM and

The National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the fatal plane crash near Fort St. John.

Shortly after 4 p.m. Friday, a Cessna 207 plane took off from a small grass airstrip near Baldonnel. Shortly after takeoff, the plane crashed killing the two people onboard.

The National Transportation Safety Board already have investigators on their way from Edmonton to the site to investigate the cause of the accident.

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The Taylor Fire Department, the RCMP and B.C. Ambulance all responded. The RCMP won’t give the exact location of the crash.

Chris Krepski with the NTSB, says their investigators will work to determine why the plane was taking off, the flight plan and the type of maintenance performed before the crash. Once that information is known they will have a better idea of just what happened.

We will post more information as it becomes available.  If you have any further informationt o share about this crash, email [email protected]

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