Preliminary Accident Reports

December 2007 Issue

October 7, 2007, Naches, Wash., Cessna 208B

At about 1959 Pacific time, the airplane collided with terrain and was destroyed. The commercial pilot and nine passengers sustained fatal injuries. Visual conditions prevailed at the nearest official reporting station; a ground observer noted instrument conditions prevailed at the accident site.

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