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Old June 23rd, 2006, 08:21 AM  
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Default 4 die in Plaine crash

NEWRY, Maine -- Wardens and emergency responders will return to Newry on Friday to recover the bodies of a pilot and three passengers who perished when a light plane crashed on a mountainside near the Sunday River ski area.

The rescue team reached the wreckage on Barker Mountain on Thursday night at dusk and confirmed that there were no survivors. Officials decided to wait until first light before bringing out the dead. Their names were not immediately released.

An investigator from the National Transportation Safety Board is scheduled to arrive at the scene later on Friday.

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The Cessna 172, operated by Twin Cities Air Service in Auburn, had picked up the passengers at the Bethel airport for an introductory flight lesson.

Twin Cities President Nate Humphrey released a statement on Thursday, saying that the pilot was a 24-year-old certified flight instructor with more than 900 hours of flight experience. He added that the flight had been conducted under visual flight rules.

Humphrey said that everyone at Twin Cities is deeply saddened by the incident and expressed his condolences to the victims' families.


these were lewison high school rotc mambers doing there test flight


"Nick Babcock
Teisha Loesberg
Shannon Fortier

R.I.P, a tragic plane crash happened 6-23-06.. thursday night. The plane crashed by Sunday River... there were no survivors...
Please have them in your prayers tonight even if you didn't know em...

You will all be surely missed....

There will be a ceremony at LEWISTON HIGH SCHOOL at 5pm!
Wear nice clothes, not suit or tie needed or dress, just nice clean and dressy.
And show love for the lost ones family and friends!"


this is off the lhs website...so sad

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