ANCHORAGE (AP) Officials from the Alaska Coast Guard and Rescue Coordination Center Victoria late Sunday were searching for a plane that was several hours overdue for its scheduled 5 p.m. landing in Ketchikan.
Coast Guard officials at the command center in Juneau said the small plane left Port Hardy, British Columbia, on Sunday afternoon with two people aboard.
Coast Guard crews in Alaska were searching between Ketchikan and Prince Rupert, while Canadian officials looked between Prince Rupert and Point Hardy, a fishing community on the north end of Vancouver Island.
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