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Plane crashes in northern Canada, 12 dead

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Plane crashes in northern Canada, 12 dead


Twelve people have been killed in a plane crash in the far north of Canada on Saturday. There are three survivors.

The aircraft came down just over a mile from the airport at Resolute Bay in the Arctic region, one of Canada’s most northerly communities.

The Boeing 737-200 is operated by First Air, who fly to some of the country’s most remote areas. It had taken off from the capital of the Northwest Territories, Yellowknife.

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