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Stolen Alaska Airlines plane crashes

SBS Saturday, 11 August 2018
Witnesses have reported a Horizon Air jet being chased by military planes near an airport in Washington state before it crashed.
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Flights were grounded at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport on Friday, August 10, after an Alaska Airlines plane was stolen from the airport before crashing near Ketron Island.Military aircrafts were scrambled to pursue the plane, which took off without authoritization. The plane, which had no...

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