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This image provided Saturday courtesy of Alaska State Troopers shows the wreckage of a plane that crashed Friday near St. Marys, Alaska. Authorities said the pilot and three passengers died in this crash of the single-engine turboprop Cessna 208. Few other details, including the possible cause of the crash, are known. (AP Photo/Alaska State Troopers()

Woman hurt in Alaska plane crash aids in rescue

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska — After phoning for help in resuscitating her baby, a 25-year-old woman on a plane that crashed in remote southwest Alaska led searchers hampered by cold and fog to the crash site.

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The single-engine aircraft carrying 10 people went down Friday night near the village of Saint Marys, killing four people and injured six.

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