Deadly plane crash near Seattle

A floatplane carrying 10 people crashed in Washington state’s Puget Sound . ABC News’ Christine Sloan reports.

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24 thoughts on “Deadly plane crash near Seattle

  1. Yeah the investigators didn't quickly find one body, a citizen did. It took a little bit for them to get out there 30 minutes, while the citizens had gotten out there immediately

  2. I don't like this aviation expert they have speaking on here. He says they're very rugged aircraft. The truth is the air frame in question here dates back to 1967 and it's been converted to a turbo prop. So it's not as rugged as it used to be as metal fatigues after 55 years. He also states there's no natural cause for this. Huh? How about the stress points wearing out over time. That's a natural cause and is why aircraft get taken out of service after so many takeoffs and landings. They get stress fractures and will eventually break up in flight or while taking off.

  3. My dad was a pilot and I was on airport. My dad landed on Runway and it got crashed because it was moving badly due to faulty radder😭😭😭 Then I decided to rush at the Aeroplane. He said the last word to me when they need to takeoff. His last word was this: I love you my son. I will never forget you.

  4. Why does this feel like that crash in Iceland where, right from the start, you knew the bodies of all those passengers were just sitting on the bottom until somebody did the deep diving to bring them to the surface. What a way to go!

  5. ABC how does Kenmore Air feel about you using a picture of their aircraft in your story when they aren’t the company involved? Did you stop and think about the effect that might have?

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