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NTSB begins investigation of plane crash


All of the wreckage recovered from a fatal airplane crash south of Chinook has been taken to a National Transportation Safety Board facility so a team of experts can re-create the plane's final minutes, an NTSB investigator said today.

The process, called a "tear-down," will be performed near Spokane, Wash., said Kurt Anderson, who is heading the investigation of the crash that killed two Poplar men Thursday afternoon.

The Cessna Cardinal 177 crashed into a coulee about 8 miles south of Chinook about 5 p.m. Thursday, killing Albert and Michael Kirn. The plane was registered to Michael Kirn,...

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