LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – LOCK HAVEN, Pa. (AP) — In a June 21 story about the fatal crash of a plane carrying two U.S. Forest Service workers and the pilot, The Associated Press, relying on information provided by the Federal Aviation Administration, erroneously reported that the plane's owner was Wings and Wheels 2 LLC of Aurora, Colo. The FAA now says the plane was owned by Sterling Airways Inc. of Hornell, N.Y.
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