Fri, Aug 04, 2006
Plane Disappeared One Week Ago
The search continues in
Alaska for an Aero Commander twin-turboprop missing since July
reported earlier this week, the plane disappeared
on a training flight near Anchorage. On board were three men,
described as experienced pilots... two of them being checked out in
Now... at least six Civil Air Patrol planes as well as crews in
boats and still more searchers on foot and four-wheeler are going
back to where they've been before. They're looking again around
Moose Point and Point Possession, hoping to find some evidence of
the plane and its occupants in places where they've already looked
"They are tightening up a few of the areas, relooking and
relooking," said Mike Haller, a spokesman for the Rescue
Coordination Center in Anchorage.
The Associated Press reports some of the men's families are also
helping in the search.
Even after a week... Haller says this is still a rescue mission,
and that there's still hope.
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