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On Air Staff and WPM Interns
Wed September 22, 2004
Jackson Man Survives Plane Crash
Jackson, Wyo – A U-S Forest Service employee says two
people -- including a Wyoming man -- survived the crash of an
airplane that earlier was reported to have claimed five lives.
Forest Service employee Ed Lieser says Jodee Hogg of Billings,
Montana, and Matthew Ramidge of Jackson Hole, Wyoming walked away
from Monday afternoon's crash.
They were picked up this afternoon and flown to a Kalispell
Flathead National Forest spokeswoman Denise Germann says Ramidge
was then flown to Harborview hospital in Seattle for burn
Hogg is listed in stable condition at Kalispell Regional Medical