Former Canadian Minister Jean Lapierre and 6 Others Die in Plane Crash
A small plane crashed in the Magdalen Islands, Quebec, Canada, on March 29th.
The private plane, transporting Jean Lapierre, 59, a broadcaster and former Canadian transport minister, and his family members to his father’s funeral, went down while approaching the Iles-de-la-Madeleine Airport amid heavy winds and snow.
All seven people aboard, including the pilot, the co-pilot, Lapierre, and his family members, were killed in the crash.
The incident is being investigated.