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Plane that crashed, killing Rep. Peltola's husband, had over 500 pounds of meat and antlers on board

  • The husband of U.S. Rep. Mary Peltola died in a small plane crash in Alaska while transporting over 500 pounds of moose meat and antlers from a hunting camp.
  • The plane crash occurred shortly after takeoff, and although Eugene Peltola Jr. Was initially conscious, he died at the scene.
  • Two days before the crash, Peltola took a group of hunters and equipment to a remote site where they set up camp next to a landing strip. The group successfully hunted a moose and made plans for Peltola to transport the meat.
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