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Investigators search for answers in deadly Hawaii plane crash

CBS News Sunday, 23 June 2019
As family and friends mourn the lives lost in one of the state’s worst civilian aviation disasters, investigators are searching for clues about why a twin-engine plane crashed on Oahu's North Shore late Friday. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
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The plane in the deadly skydiving plane crash in Hawaii was registered in Placer County and belonged to a company from Lincoln. CBS Sacramento's Rob Malcolm reports. (6-23-2019)

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