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Melrose Native Killed in California Plane Crash

A Melrose native has been killed in a plane crash in California. Twenty-four-year-old David Ostendorf died in the crash near the Monterey Airport on Sunday.

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UPDATE: 3 Adults Killed in Plane Crash at Glencoe

A local sheriff says three adults have died in the crash of a small plane in central Minnesota's McLeod County. McLeod County Sheriff Scott Rehmann says the plane went down in a field about four miles north of Glencoe and broke apart.

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Princeton Man Walks Away from Plane Crash

A Princeton man walked away from a plane crash this (Tuesday) morning in Sherburne County. Sheriff Joel Brott says 33-year-old Barry Ramage took off from the Princeton airport in his Cessna 152 airplane just before 11:00 a.m.

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UPDATE: NTSB: Pilot Error In ’08 Minnesota Crash That Killed 8

The National Transportation Safety Board says pilot error was largely to blame for a 2008 business jet crash in Minnesota that killed eight people. The Hawker Beechcraft jet crashed July 31, 2008, while attempting a go-around after touching down at the airport in Owatonna, in southern Minnesota.

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NTSB Looks At 2008 Minnesota Plane Crash That Killed 8

The National Transportation Safety Board meets in Washington on Tuesday to consider a final report on a 2008 plane crash in Owatonna, Minn., that killed eight people. The Hawker Beechcraft jet crashed July 31, 2008, while attempting a go-around after touching down at the Owatonna airport.

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FAA Investigates Plane Crash By Lake Elmo Airport

The Federal Aviation Administration will investigate a light plane crash near the Lake Elmo airport. Washington County authorities received a call around 5:15 p.m. Saturday from the Federal Aviation Administration of a plane that needed to make an emergency landing.

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