The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) is investigating the crash of a West Wind Aviation ATR 42 regional turboprop shortly after takeoff from Fond-du-Lac, Saskatchewan. The aircraft, an ATR 42-320 model, registration C-GWEA, had 22 passengers and three crew on board and was operating flight WEW282 to another location in the province, Stony Rapids, when it crashed at 18:15 local time on Dec. 13. The aircraft came down around 1km (.62 mile) from Fond-du-Lac. According to the TSB, ...

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