Expert: It's 'Not Acceptable' TSB Hasn't Finished Report On Cause Of 2017 Fond-du-Lac Plane Crash
A West Wind Aviation passenger plane crashed near Fond-du-Lac, Sask., shortly after takeoff in December 2017. One passenger died in hospital two weeks later. (Transportation Safety Board of Canada)
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It's been two and a half years since a passenger plane plummeted near the northern Saskatchewan community of Fond-du-Lac and people are asking why the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) still hasn't publicly announced the cause of the crash.
"I basically have heard what you've heard: not a whole lot," said Fond du Lac Denesuline First Nation Chief Louis Mercredi, adding that he's concerned about the holdup.
"We all need to hear what really caused the plane to go down."
A West Wind Aviation twin-turboprop plane crashed near the fly-in community's airport shortly after takeoff on the evening of Dec. 13, 2017.
Ten people on board were...
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