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11 people killed after skydiving plane crashes in Hawaii

CBS News Saturday, 22 June 2019
11 people are believed dead in Hawaii after the twin-engine plane they were aboard crashed. It is the deadliest civilian plane crash in the last four years. The plane has just taken off near Oahu's North Shore when it fell out of the sky. Carter Evans reports.
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Nine people died in a plane crash in Hawaii on Friday the Hawaii Department of Transportation said. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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