Small plane crashes into Athabasca River near Jasper, at least two pulled from wreckage

  Edmonton Journal 

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A small plane has crashed into the Athabasca River just outside of Jasper, with rescue crews pulling at least two victims from the wreckage. “In the water is a small plane with about half the plane sticking up,” said passer-by Moira Wyton, who estimates the plane went down just before 2 p.m. Sunday, minutes before […]

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