Four victims, plane found near Glasgow
Staff and wire report
A Cessna airplane missing since New Year's Day crashed about 23 miles southwest of here, killing all four on board, Valley County Sheriff Glen Meier said Sunday.
The plane, a single-engine Cessna 182, was headed to Havre to make an emergency landing. It was flown by Cut Bank car dealership owner Bill Newman, 45, and carried his sons Lance, 14, and Ray, 24, and Ray's fiancee, Jessica Grode, 21, of Ipswich, S.D.
''They were killed on impact,'' said Meier.
Meier was at the crash site late this morning with a group that planned to recover the bodies, according to the Valle...
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