The state Department of Transportation closed the road to all traffic as they tried to set loose the unstable snowpack on the mountainside above the road.
Representatives of four of the crash victims allege that Knopp was negligent in his operation of the aircraft because he was flying without a valid medical certificate.
The Haines school superintendent wouldn’t say if the individual was a student or not. State public health officials completed a contact tracing investigation and notified all close contacts.
Unalaska’s port director says attempts to eliminate the Aleutians from the AMHS route have been ongoing for about two years.
The state plans to install level-three chargers, which can charge some cars in under an hour.
The Wrangell-bound Boeing 737-790 turned back about five minutes after taking off “out of an abundance of caution,” according to the airline.
It’s not clear how much the state is now asking for them. The two 235-foot catamarans cost $68 million new.
A final report released Jan. 28 by the National Transportation Safety Board says there isn’t enough evidence to explain how or why the plane crashed.
The Kodiak man killed while trying to pilot his small plane from Ketchikan to the Lower 48 apparently ran out of fuel a few miles from an airport.
The doses were in shipments headed for 21 different providers, and some are having to postpone clinics until the vaccine arrives.