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Pilot of Deadly Plane Crash Walks Away from Wreck

Sean Doogan / Anchorage Daily News / October 16, 2009

According to Kris Fister with Denali National Park, Daniel McGregor, the pilot of the Cessna 185 that was found crashed in the park, has survived.

Fister says that McGregor apparently walked away from the crash a distance of 10 to 15 miles, where he was picked up by a passing motorist. He was taken to the motorist's home, south of Denali National Park, where rescue officials were called. McGregor is currently being evaluated for serious burns after which he will be transported to a burn center.

Contact Sean Doogan at sdoogan@ktuu.com




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