Tue, Aug 01, 2006
They're not giving up in Alaska. The search continues for a twin
turboprop, thought to be an Aero-Commander, missing since
The Anchorage Daily News reports the aircraft had flown several
times between Kenai and Anchorage when it disappeared with three
people on board.
The Civil Air Patrol has four aircraft up and involved in the
search effort... state troopers are on the job as well.
Major Mark Haller, who speaks for the Rescue Coordination Center
in Anchorage, says this is still a rescue mission.
"We've had people find their way out of circumstances or find a
way back," Haller said. "We're going to keep searching."
So far, there's been no sign of the aircraft on either land or
water... but like Haller said, crews aren't giving up hope just
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