The Canadian Press

2013-01-26 | Antarctica-Missing-Plane

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Three Canadian employees of Calgary-based Kenn Borek Air were killed when their Twin Otter slammed into a steep slope near the summit of Mount Elizabeth in Antarctica on January 23rd. Canadian Press reporter Bill Marshall said rescue crews were delayed a few days by bad weather but were later unable to safely access the front of the aircraft to reach the victims.

Date: 2013-01-26
Placeline: Antarctia
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 30 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << searchers found the wreckage of the trio's twin otter air plane which crashed near the summit of mount Elizabeth officials say it appears the impact was direct and would not have been survivable penny a singleton speaks for the New Zealand rescue coordination center watched this of course is just on the CD and the victims next of kin have been notified the Canadian built plane was operated by Ken Borek air of Calgary bill Marshall the Canadian press >>

Clip ID: 20130126CNCP01