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Skydiving plane was upside down when it hit the ground at Dillingham Airfield, NTSB report finds

The skydiving plane that crashed June 21 at Dillingham Airfield, killing all 11 aboard, seemed to be fine as it taxied down the runway to take off, but at about 150 to 200 feet in the air, it began turning, then hit the ground nose first and burst into flames. Read more

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