Plane crashes in Washington

by NPHM | October 28th, 2010

A twin-engine Cessna was involved in a plane crash in Morton, Washington. Three men died in the plane crash.

According to KPTV, a group lost power in one engine not long after takeoff and radioed that he was turning back.

The airplane reportedly dropped more than 10,000 feet in about a minute.

Weather conditions have temporarily stopped crews from trying to recover the remains of the men who died in the plane crash.

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