No injuries after small military plane crash in Thunder Bay – Barrie

Officials say no one was hurt after a small plane leased by the Royal Canadian Air Force crashed at Thunder Bay airport in Ontario on Monday.

Thunder Bay Fire Rescue assistant fire chief Eric Nordlund said the plane missed the runway and crashed just before 12:30 p.m.

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Nordlund says none of the three people on board were injured.

The Royal Canadian Air Force says it is investigating what happened to the leased King Air 350 plane.

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Thunder Bay Airport says inbound and outbound flights may be affected.

It encourages passengers to check the flight status at the airport or online while the investigation continues.

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