Three Killed in Alaska Plane Crash, Survivor Found

A helicopter team later found the wreckage in what was described as "steep terrain"

Alaska state troopers on Saturday identified three people killed in a plane crash on Admiralty Island south of Juneau and said their bodies have been recovered from the wreckage, NBC News reports.

Pilot David Galla, 60, of Wrangell, and passengers Greg Scheff, 61, and Thomas Siekawitch, 57, also of Wrangell, were killed in the crash Friday evening, Alaska State Troopers said.

One person survived the crash. Morgan Enright, 21 of Ketchikan, was in a hospital Saturday night, troopers said.

Enright was found at the crash site by the Sitka Mountain Rangers, and she was flown for treatment, NBC affiliate KTUU reported.

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