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Medical Flight Crashes Minutes After Takeoff

An American Medflight plane crashed killing three crew members and a patient shortly after takeoff. The medical crew was transporting a heart patient to the University of Utah Medical Center in Salt Lake City when the plane made a sharp turn and fell to a parking lot filled with cars, causing multiple explosions. Fortunately, no one on the ground was injured.

According to a news report, the twin-engine plane was climbing after take-off when it lost altitude. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash, but said it appears that the plane experienced mechanical troubles.

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