Plane Crash Lands in Cold Bay

Four people are unhurt after a Universal Airlines plane crash landed in Cold Bay on Sunday. The plane, a DC-6, landed without landing gear extended. Federal Aviation Administration officials say the plane was substantially damaged. The runway was closed for several hours after the crash. Fuel spilled was cleaned up. The DC-6 was in Cold Bay to pick up commercially caught salmon.

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