North Dakota plane crash kills passenger

Minot small aircraft passenger dies in plane crash-pilot airlifted to hospital.

Minot, ND(–Minot area law enforcement officials confirmed a small plane crash on Sunday at about 6 p.m. As reported by KXMC-TV in Minot, a pilot flying a light plane crashed killing a 47 year-old unidentified man from Minot.

Minot Police Department officers stated the 43 year-old pilot, from Esmond, was airlifted by emergency medical helicopter to Trinity Hospital in Minot for treatment of his critical injuries. The four-engine Champ airplane crashed approximately 8 miles northeast of Minot. The names of the critically injured pilot and his dead passenger were not released. Aviation accident detectives continue to investigate the fatal North Dakota plane crash. news for North Dakota airplane crash lawyers.

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