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Passenger presumed dead, pilot injured in Connecticut plane crash

A twin-engine plane crashed on Tuesday afternoon in the downtown business district of East Hartford, Connecticut, injuring the pilot and two people on the ground, and the only passenger on board was presumed to be dead, authorities said. The pilot had been taken to a local hospital with...
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