Three Israelis killed in US plane crash

LA-Chicago flight went down due to bad weather last week; American also killed.

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January 21, 2007 05:58
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Four people - three Israelis and one American - were killed in a plane crash near the US state of Wyoming early Thursday morning, officials disclosed on Saturday night. The plane was heading from Los Angeles to Chicago when it encountered bad weather and went down. The remains of the passengers were only located and identified on Saturday. The names of two of the three Israelis were released for publication on Sunday afternoon. The victims were identified as Itai Mizrahi and Michal Block. Their families were notified. The Israeli consulate in LA was handling the situation, and an investigation into the circumstances of the incident was underway.

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