ANCHORAGE, Alaska —
Two investigators were on their way to Bethel on Saturday to meet troopers for transportation to the crash site. Reaching the wreckage would depend on weather and safety considerations, Peters said. No one was at the crash site Saturday morning.
“There’s no rush to get there,” Peters said. “There’s no reason to risk anyone’s life because no one’s life is in jeopardy.”
Hageland Aviation is part of the Era Group that includes Era Aviation. Hageland President Jim Hickerson said in a statement that the crash is “an unspeakable tragedy for us.”
“Hageland is working to gather information to answer questions and do what we can to ease the suffering of those involved in the accident,” he said.
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