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Report cites loss of control in Fargo plane crash

An unidentified passenger took this photo of a jet after it crashed Friday, Nov. 30, in Fargo. Special to The Forum

FARGO — New details have emerged in a plane crash that occurred at Fargo's Hector International Airport on Friday, Nov. 30.

WDAY News reviewed a report on the plane crash which detailed why it may have crashed and how many people were on board at the time.

The report said the plane suffered a loss of directional control as it was about to land at the runway in Fargo, meaning they couldn't control the plane.

The plane's nine passengers and two flight crew members escaped injury, according to information on the Federal Aviation Administration's website.


The website said the Cessna involved in the incident skidded off the runway on landing.

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