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Utah skin company regrouping after plane crash

Utah skin company regrouping after plane crash

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CEDAR CITY, Utah (AP) -- A Cedar City skin company that lost nine employees in a plane crash Aug. 22 is regrouping and trying to figure out how to continue providing services in outlying areas.

Linda Snow, office manager for Southwest Skin and Cancer, says employees there remain committed to providing skin care in Cedar City and to satellite offices in Utah, Arizona and Nevada.

Nine members of the company and a pilot died when their twin-engine plane crashed north of Moab after the crew had spent a day there providing treatment.

Snow says the company is considering cutting back travel to some of its satellite offices. She says it's unclear which clinics they'll continue to serve.

The plane crash remains under federal investigation.


Information from: The Spectrum

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