Watch Video Footage: Care Flight medical aircraft crash in Stagecoach, Nevada leaves 5 dead

Specialists are exploring a plane accident in Stagecoach, Nevada, that left no less than five individuals dead, authorities said.

Lyon District Sheriff’s Office delegates said the airplane was worked via Care Flight, a help of the Provincial Crisis Clinical benefits Authority Wellbeing, settled in Reno. Stagecoach is around 40 miles east of Reno.

“On February 24, 2023, at roughly 09:15 p.m., the Lyon District Dispatch Center got various calls of a potential airplane crash in Stagecoach, Nevada,” Sheriff Brad Pope said.

The plane, later recognized as a PC 12 fixed-wing airplane, was conveying five travelers, including a pilot, a flight nurture, a flight paramedic, and a patient, as per KOLO 8’s Freixys Casado. There were no survivors, she said.

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“At approximately 11:15 p.m., the aircraft was located,” Pope said. “This is still an ongoing incident and investigation.”

Further information will be provided as it becomes available, the sheriff added.

REMSA Health, an emergency medical services provider, also confirmed the crash and said it was notifying family members of the deceased.

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“Care Flight, a service of REMSA Health, headquartered in Reno, Nevada and Guardian Flight, headquartered in Utah, can confirm that a PC 12 fixed-wing aircraft, tail number N273SM, went off radar Friday, Feb. 24, at approximately 9:45 p.m., near Stagecoach, Nevada,” the health provider said.

“Our quick center is helping our colleagues and families, as well as the answering organizations… As is Gatekeeper and Care Flight’s security cycle in these circumstances.

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we are in an uninvolved standdown as far as Watchman and Might be concerned Flight trips across the organization. We will work with every one of our tasks to learn when they can get back to support,” REMSA Wellbeing said.

Critical Care Ground Transport, covers approximately 50,000 square miles of California and Nevada, and services 11 states across the western United States, according to its website.

The plane identified on their website is a Pilatus PC-12/45.

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