Plane Crash in Mexico Kills Four Californians
California officials are investigating a plane crash that occurred on a Sunday afternoon in which four Californian aid workers died across the U.S./Mexico border in Baja California.
A Beechcraft A36 took off in Ensenada and was apparently bound for San Quintin. Experts said the plane hit a foothill that was projecting up nearly 4,000 feet, and it landed in a mesa area in the tough terrain around Baja. Those on board were two doctors, a medic and the pilot.
The FAA is conducting an investigation into this incident with Mexican authorities.
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