A plane crash in Canada leaves three people dead and four missing
Jul 17, 2019
A regional flight from a fishing lodge heading to a camp near the Labrador Lake in Canada crashed down in the water of Mistastin Lake on Monday, killing the pilot and two more passengers. According to the chief executive Jean Tremblay of Air Saguenay, the aircraft was carrying six passengers in total and the pilot; the remaining people have not been found. The group was on a fishing trip when the plane went down and crashed; police are currently investigating the wreckage area to find any bodies or clues on where the other people might be.