Five people, a pilot, a nurse, a paramedic, a patient and a family member, have died after a CareFlight medical plane crashed near Stagecoach in western Nevada, US. This was reported by the local health authorities and quoted by the “Guardian Flight” network, according to the “CNN” company. “We are very saddened to receive confirmation from the Lyon County Fire Department that none of the five people on board survived,” the company wrote in a statement on Facebook. “The five people on board were a pilot, a flight nurse, a flight medic, a patient and a family member of the patient,” the memo added.
The fixed-wing aircraft went off radar at 21:45, according to REMSA Health and Guardian Flight, which operates Care Flight. According to REMSA’s website, the air ambulance service “covers approximately 50,000 square miles of California, Nevada, and 11 states in the western United States.” The website says the fleet consists of five bases, four helicopters, one aircraft, and one critical care ground transport. The county mayor opened an investigation to shed light on the incident.
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