Plane crash near Huntsville kills one, six passengers rescued.

AIR force

  The Royal Canadian Air Force were the ones called in to help after a plane went down in a very remote lake area near Huntsville.
   One man from Ramara Township was killed,  believed to be the 44 year old pilot, and owner of the plane, while six passengers were rescued.
   The plane went down Monday morning near Upper Raft Lake, northeast of Huntsville. It's an area between highway 11, and Algonquin Park,  with accesible roads in the area.
   The air force lowered two search and rescue technicians to the site, while two others parachuted in to provide medial assistance.
     The six survivors were taken to Muskoka Airport for further care.    The plane, was a privately owned Cessna 185.

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