Two Rescued After Plane Crash

An airplane belonging to an artist and aerial photographer crashed on Pioneer Peak Wednesday morning.  The two men aboard were rescued by an Alaska National Guard helicopter after they made their way to a clearing from the steep slope where the plane crashed.  Both were injured.  The plane is registered to cargo pilot Rick Cline, and is an Aviat A-1B.

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