NTSB Says Plane Reported Loss of Power Before Rural Maine Crash

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The National Transport Safety Board has reported that a twin-engine propeller plane has suffered a power loss just before a collision caused the death of three people.

The NTSB spokesman said the plane, called Aerostar AEST, was taken to a safe location for further investigation. The airplane fell right in the middle of the runway at the small airport in rural Maine, Greenville. Pembroke left Ontario and headed for Prince Edward Island.

The authorities did not give the names of the casualties and why they were under investigation. The NTSB plans to be at the scene for three to four days while working with federal aviation authorities and engineer Lycoming Engines.

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