4 Died In SW Colorado Plane Crash, NTSB Says
Aviation investigators now say four people died in a Colorado plane crash, not five as they initially reported. A National Transportation Safety Board spokesman says no one survived. The NTSB said the agency had been given incorrect information originally. He says the twin-engine Cessna 310 was flying from Barstow to Amarillo, Texas, when it crashed Sunday in southwestern Colorado.
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