Focus turns to investigation in deadly Alaska mid-air crash

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) " Two sightseeing planes that crashed in southeast Alaska collided at about the 3,300-foot (1005-meter) level.That was among the first findings released Tuesday by federal investigators sent to the cruise ship port community of Ketchikan from Washington, D.C., to probe the crash that killed six people and injured 10 Monday.The 14 passengers were all from the same cruise ship, the Royal Princess.
Ten were on one plane that had descended from 3,800 feet (1, [...]

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