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Wreckage Of A Plane That Crashed In Canada And Everyone Survived Including The 3 Crew Members (Photos)

A small airplane carrying 22 passengers and three crew members crashed after it took off in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, police said.

A number of people suffered injuries, with some serious enough to require air ambulance services, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said.

The West Wind Aviation ATR-42 went down near the remote Fond-du-Lac airport at around 6:15pm on December 13, RCMP said.

Passenger Arson Fern (left) described how it took 30 minutes for the passengers to open an emergency exit door, after which the passengers exited the aircraft one-by-one.

His son, Arson Jr (center) has been put in a medically induced coma after he underwent surgery for his wounds.

His wife Janey (right) was also on the plane.

The flight normally takes 20 minutes and connects two remote towns that are not connected via road.

The Canadian Transportation Safety Board is looking into what caused the West Wind Aviation ATR-42 to go down during the normally 20-minute flight


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