Kenn Borek Air: Beechcraft King Air 100 Crash- Conklin, Alberta,
One Dead, Four Seriously Injured: Charter Beechcraft King Air 100 Crashes At Kirby Lake Airstrip Near Conklin, Alberta
A Kenn Beorek Air Charter plane has crashed at KIrby Lake Airpstrip, near Conklin Alberta, about 250 kilometres north of Edmonton on Saskatchewan border.
The Beechcraft King Air 100 had 10 people on board, 8 passengers and 2 crew.
Kenn Borek Air, an airport charter company that operates out of Alberta, B.C. and the Northwest Territories, has stated that it is one of their planes that crashed, but has released no other details. They have asked for privacy while they investigate the “well-being of thier employees and passengers.”
According to RCMP, two of the critical patients are en route to Edmonton, while another two went to Fort McMurray. Another five will receive treatment at the scene and then be transported to Edmonton.
The passengers were apparently employees of Canadian National Resources Ltd which had operations in the area.