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Gary Knopp, 67, a Republican member of the Alaska House of Representatives, was operating one of the planes that crashed and was the sole occupant, according to a press release from the Alaska Department <a href="http://www.smokingusacigarettes.com">Newport Cigarettes Shop</a> of Public Safety.
His colleagues confirmed his death, saying they were heartbroken at the news.
"I'm devastated and shocked to learn of the crash that claimed Gary Knopp's life, <a href="http://www.smokingusacigarettes.com">Newport box 100s cigarettes</a> " House Speaker Bryce Edgmon said in a statement. "Gary was a one-of-a-kind leader and a true Alaskan who worked tirelessly for his district in the Legislature. He will be missed by many. "
The other victims of the crash were Gregory Bell, 57; David Rogers, 40; Caleb Hulsey, 26; Heather Hulsey, 25; Mackay Hulsey, 24; and Kirstin Wright, 23, according to the state's Department of Public Safety. Alaska State Troopers received a report around 8: 27 a. m. local time of a plane crash near Sterling Highway, on the Kenai Peninsula, a borough of Southcentral Alaska, authorities said.
Troopers found the majority of the wreckage about two hundred yards from the road. All but one person was pronounced dead on scene, however that person died on the way to a local hospital. Authorities did not identify which person that was.
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