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Transport Canada investigating plane crash at Westlock airport

EDMONTON –

Transport Canada has taken the lead on an investigation into a plane crash north of Edmonton. Four people were hospitalized after a plane flipped at the Westlock airport on Oct.

10. A 60-year-old man was flown by STARS to hospital with head trauma.

His condition that day was critical, but there’s been no update since. A 59-year-old woman sustained what RCMP called minor injuries. A 28-year-old woman sustained face and head lacerations and was experiencing abdominal pain.

A 22-year-old woman reported abdominal and back pains.

Both women in their 20s were stable as of Tuesday, Mounties said.

A dog was killed in the crash; the injured animal was found at the scene and died before reaching a vet clinic. 


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