3 Killed, 7 Injured as Plane Crashes in Alaska
The DeHavilland DHC-3T Turbine Otter aircraft, carrying 10 people, went down while it was taking off from East Wind Lake.
Three people were killed in the accident. They were identified as 80-year-old Tony W. Degroot, of Hanford, California, 69-year-old James Specter, of Shavertown, Pennsylvania and 70-year-old James P. Fletcher, of Clovis, California.
Seven others were injured and were shifted to hospitals.
The plane belonged to Rainbow King Lodge.
The NTSB is investigating.