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Seven hospitalized after Cape Air plane from Knox County crashes in Massachusetts

lighting of police car in the night during accident on the road when raining.
lighting of police car in the night during accident on the road when raining.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Published: Sep. 9, 2021 at 10:45 PM EDT
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OWLS HEAD, Maine (WABI) - The Village Soup reports seven people were hospitalized after a Cape Air plane that flew out of the Knox County Regional Airport Thursday crashed in Provincetown, Massachusetts.

The plane left Owls Head for a trip to Boston Logan International Airport. It then took off from Boston to Provincetown a few hours later.

Cape Air confirmed that the aircraft exited the runway when landing in Provincetown. All six passengers and one crew were taken to Cape Cod Hospital.

According to Provincetown Town Manager Alex Morse, who spoke with the Chief of Police, there were no fatalities. He added the weather caused an issue with the landing, causing the crash.

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