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Small Canadian commercial aircraft crashes.


The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have said that six people have been killed in a crash in Canada's Northwest Territories.

The commercial aircraft left Fort Good Hope in the Northwest Territories with five passengers and a pilot on board and it was due to arrive in Norman Well later yesterday (16 August).

According to The Associated Press, a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer discovered the crash site in a remote mountainous area. The accident is being investigated by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada.

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Date:Aug 17, 2006
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