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My condolences go out to the Hawk air family in this most difficult time after losing 2 members of there crew in yesterdays plane crash.

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I have flown with them , RIP

 

The Transportation Safety Board says two people are dead after a small plane crashed in central Ontario on Thursday.

The TSB, which has been called in to conduct an investigation, said the crash involved a deHavilland Beaver DHC-2 float plane.

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Ontario Provincial Police said they were called to the scene, in Hawk Junction, Ont., at 9 a.m. on Thursday.

TSB spokesman Alex Fournier says the plane left from an area near Hawk Lake in eastern Ontario and was headed for Oba Lake.

Police say two adults were pronounced dead, but their identities are not being released pending a post mortem.

Hawk Air identified the passengers on Friday on its website and Facebook page

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Ah man this sucks, I've flown out of there a few times.

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7 hours ago, chris.brock said:

that's a tragedy, the pilot looks so young

the wreckage doesn't look bad, it's a shame those kids lost their lives

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Yes it sure is Chris it has got to be tough on the outfitter to get through the rest of the season after such a tragedy i have flown on that beaver a few times into some of the Air Dale camps.

 

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