5 Survive Fiery Manitoba Medevac Crash

Saturday, November 29, 2008
By George Hatcher


What: twin-engine King Air A100 SkyNorth Air Ltd medevac flight en route to Thompson
Where: Northwest of the Gods Lake Narrows aboriginal reserve in Manitoba.
When: 9:45 p.m. Saturday
Who: 5 passengers on a medical evacuation and pilot
Why: When the plane caught fire midflight, the pilot landed in the bush. Passengers included Jane Halcrow, her 10-month-old son Zachias who was sick, copilot and a flight nurse. Everyone survived the crash although the plane was completely destroyed.

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