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NTSB releases report on crash which killed Gordon Haber

[large thumbnail url=”conservationists-intervene-in-frivolous-anti-mexican-gray-wolf-lawsuit” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”11″ day=”15″] [thumbnail icon url=”conservationists-intervene-in-frivolous-anti-mexican-gray-wolf-lawsuit” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”11″ day=”15″] According to the Anchorage Daily News the NTSB has released their report regarding the plane crash which killed well-known wolf advocate, Gordon Haber. 

The plane crashed on October 14, 2009 and the pilot, who survived, told investigators that a downdraft struck the plane just before it went down.

It was still unclear as to whether it was the crash or the ensuing fire which took Haber’s life.

Dan McGregor, the pilot, says that as the Cessna 185 turned to track radio collar signals, the plane, which was flying around 500 feet above the ground, was then hit by a downdraft which forced the plane into the ground.

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