Patrick Coyle, 63, Stacie Rae Morse, 30, and Margaret Langston Allen, 43, killed in airplane crash near Kake, Alaska

Modified Date: 
Thu, 11/19/2020 - 6:46am
Accident Date: 
Tuesday, January 29, 2019

The Latest: Names released of those onboard missing plane

The Coast Guard says the twin-engine King Air 200 took off from Anchorage on Tuesday and was expected to land in Kake but never arrived. 

‘Bring our people home’: Air ambulance company joins search for lost plane and crew

Temsco flew Friday and Saturday but high winds grounded them Sunday and Monday, and may not cooperate until Thursday, Sherman said in an interview Monday.

Search team picks up underwater signal from crashed air ambulance

A search team Tuesday morning picked up a signal from the Guardian Flight air ambulance that crashed two weeks ago near Kake with three crew members aboard.

Searchers find black box and wreckage from air ambulance that crashed in Southeast Alaska waters

A remotely operated vehicle commissioned by air ambulance operator Guardian Flight found and recovered the cockpit voice recorder from the Beechcraft King Air 200 turboprop, the company announced early Tuesday. The vehicle also identified part of the landing gear and an engine.

Baffling details emerge in report on fatal 2019 air ambulance crash in Southeast Alaska

A new federal report on a 2019 air ambulance crash in Southeast Alaska that killed all three crew members adds new mystery to an already challenging investigation into what caused the plane to go down just before landing in Kake.

People Involved: 
Patrick Coyle
Stacie Rae Morse
Margaret Langston Allen
Kake, AK
Juneau, AK

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