Small plane crash in Canada injures 2 Minnesotans

Two people from Cloquet were seriously injured in a small plane crash in Ontario, Canada, early Wednesday. Ontario Provincial Police authorities said a Cessna 180 was trying to take off from a camp on Trout Lake when it crashed, injuring the 78-year-old man piloting the plane and a 62-year-old woman passenger. A second passenger, a 44-year-old man, also from Cloquet, was not hurt.
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Two people from Cloquet were seriously injured in a small plane crash in Ontario, Canada, early Wednesday. Ontario Provincial Police authorities said a Cessna 180 was trying to take off from a camp on Trout Lake when it crashed, injuring the 78-year-old man piloting the plane and a 62-year-old woman passenger. A second passenger, a 44-year-old man, also from Cloquet, was not hurt.

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