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Mar 17 2010
KWRCC Welcomes Governor's Initiative PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 17 March 2010

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            The Kodiak Women's Resource and Crisis Center welcomes the attention that Governor Sean Parnell is paying to domestic violence and sexual abuse in Alaska. Angela Bowling is the outreach coordinator for the center.

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Mar 16 2010
NTSB, FAA, Looking into Servant Crash PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 March 2010

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            After the ordeal of rescuing the three occupants from the Servant Air crash in Kodiak Monday, it's now the investigators turn to determine the cause.

            Larry Lewis is the lead investigator on this case for the National Transportation Safety Board. He said a Federal Aviation Administration investigator is examining records and the wreckage in Kodiak, and will report back to him with his findings. Lewis said the investigation will not be different or more detailed just because this is Servant Air's second crash in Kodiak in just over two years.

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Mar 16 2010
Jayhawk Hoists Ailing Man from FV Golden Alaska PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 March 2010

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            An Air Station Kodiak Jayhawk helicopter crew lifted a sick crewman from a fishing boat last night eight miles west of Saint George Island. The MH-60 was forward deployed in nearby Saint Paul in support of the ongoing commercial fishing season.

            The 60-year-old man was hoisted from the fishing vessel Golden Alaska at about 9 p.m. and transferred him to the airport in Saint George where he was due to be picked up by a commercial life flight and brought to Providence Alaska Medical Center for treatment. His current condition is unknown.

 
Mar 16 2010
Revised Abercrombie Plans Presented Tonight PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 March 2010

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            This evening a public meeting about proposed changes to the Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park will take place at Kodiak High School.

            Revised plans for changes to the park will be introduced at the meeting.

            In December, proposed development in the park was met with strong public opposition. At the heart of the controversy is a plan to build a bus turnaround north of the Miller Point campground.

            Last week, a public meeting was held to introduce a draft preservation plan for the historical World War Two structures of Fort Abercrombie. The following is a sample of some of the dialogue that took place Thursday night. Most of the speakers did not identify themselves before speaking.

            Tonight's night's public meeting about proposed changes to the park will begin at 5 p.m. in the Kodiak High School commons.

 
Mar 16 2010
Servant Air Crash Occupants Identified PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 March 2010

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Emergency responders work to rescue the passengers of the Servant Air Islander that crashed Monday afternoon near the Kodiak State Airport. Alaska State Troopers photo

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            Everyone aboard a small plane that crashed yesterday afternoon in Kodiak are safe after an hours-long ordeal where the plane was standing nose-down in some trees across from the end of the runway.

            Alaska State Trooper spokeswoman Megan Peters says the plane was a Servant Air Britten-Norman Islander. The pilot was identified as 37-year-old Jason Lobo, and passengers Zora Inga and her husband Martin, ages 39 and 38, of Old Harbor.

            One of the Ingas was extracted from the wreckage by 2 p.m. and transported to Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center with unspecified injuries. The other two, reported to be "conscious and alert," remained trapped in the plane until around 3 p.m. when they were freed. The last person out of the plane was Lobo. He reportedly walked out to the road on his own and refused medical treatment. 

          The crash closed Rezanof Drive where it goes around the west end of the Kodiak State Airport for several hours as Coast Guard emergency personnel worked to stabilize the aircraft and extract the occupants.

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