Dillingham Alaska Flight
August 10, 2010 by USA Post
Dillingham Alaska, Yesterday, a plane owned by the BMI fell north of Dillingham, Alaska. The Rescue Coordination Centre of Alaska, the state police, Coast Guard and other rescue units are responding to the accident, and the National Transportation Safety Board.
We are aware of press reports indicating that four of the nine people aboard the plane survived. At this point, I can not confirm or comment on these reports. We are awaiting reliable information for rescue units.
All our energies are focused on working with rescue units and are mobilized to support families and friends of people in the aircraft.
Updates will be announced during the day and will be available in www.GCI.com.
GCI (Nasdaq: GNCMA) is an integrated communications provider based in Alaska that delivers voice, video and data services through its fiber optic, satellite, hybrid fiber coaxial and metropolitan area network facilities. More information about GCI can be found in www.gci.com
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