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A vehicle left the road Monday morning in Wasilla and two young men were killed when it crashed into a retaining wall.
Residents in Bethel have lost a major landmark. On Friday afternoon the Civil Engineer Corp brought down the White Alice radar. The radar towered over the city and much of the low lying region before it came crashing down.
Sunday in South Anchorage a motorcycle struck a left turning vehicle on Dimond Boulevard. Investigation continues.
A head-on collision between two pickup trucks Saturday on the Seward Highway outside of Girdwood killed a Kasilof man.
The wreckage of a single engine plane was found Tuesday at Seal River, below the Bering Glacier. State Troopers found no bodies there, but the plane's owner, Richard Stoltzfus of Cordova and his passenger, John Dick, are feared dead. The plane was badly damaged. The two were part of a group of five staying at a cabin in the area.
An investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board is looking into the fatal plane crash that killed two people near McGrath. Clint Johnson says one of the four survivors told him the small aircraft struck the side of a mountain in fog so thick, it created whiteout conditions.
A plane crash between McGrath and Anvik Saturday night took two lives and left a family stranded at the hillside crash site until the next day, when the National Guard could get aircraft in.
Three people have died in two fatal accidents that occurred in Nome and Elim in the early morning hours Sunday.
The Seward Highway has been closed in both directions due to a three-vehicle crash near Indian.
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Weather cleared enough Friday evening for a helicopter to reach the site of a plane wreck on Douglas Island and remove two bodies. Efforts continue to recover the crash debris.
A mid-air crash Saturday between two single engine floatplanes in the Oilwell Road area south of Trapper Creek killed a family, whose plane crashed and burned.
There has been yet another fatal crash on the Sterling Highway. Marcie Toth, 56, of Kenai died when her car hit a pickup truck stopped for a turn at a Ninilchik store.
The victims of that plane crash in Juneau have been identified as a physician's assistant at the Hoonah clinic and his wife.
A single engine plane crashed on Douglas Island near Juneau, on a cliff near the Eagle Crest ski resort.
A Fairbanks man crashed his single engine plane right after takeoff from a private runway near Delta Sunday and died after the crash.
Friday night a young man in Anchorage rolled his car and was killed. He was driving south at a high rate of speed after hitting a vehicle driven by a man who reported the incident to police.
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