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The NTSB investigates recent air disasters in Alaska.

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Evidence is lost to a fire after a Cessna crash on a public road, challenging investigators.
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A trip goes wrong when a pilot's Piper Super Cub crashes into a treacherous waterway.
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A mystery emerges after a single-engine floatplane crashes.
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Investigators determine why a plane crashes on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula.
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Two crashed Cessnas baffle investigators.
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Investigators try to determine what caused a routine commuter flight to crash.

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