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Bodies of Plane Crash Victims Expected to be Removed Today

Bodies of Plane Crash Victims Expected to be Removed Today

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KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) -- The bodies of four of the five people aboard a plane that crashed in northwestern Montana are expected to be recovered today.

The plane carrying four US Forest Service employees, including three from Utah, was missing since Monday and the wreckage was spotted yesterday afternoon. There were no survivors.

One body was recovered but the others are badly burned and are expected to be removed today.

The pilot is identified as 60-year-old Jim Long of Kalispell. Also aboard was 58-year-old Ken Good, an employee of the Flathead National Forest.

The others are identified as 23-year-old Jodee Hogg, 32-year-old Davita Bryant and 29-year-old Matthew Ramige, who were working out of the station's office in Ogden, Utah.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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