– A plane reportedly crashed on a mountain in Alaska, United States. The aircraft was reportedly carrying eleven passengers and all survived.

Reported by AFP on Wednesday (11/07/2018), it was delivered by the Coast Guard of the United States in a statement.

In the same report, they said the 11 passengers survived but had serious injuries and had been treated.

“It was reported that 11 people from the crashed aircraft survived, but were injured,” he said.

The plane crashed near the town of Ketchikan, Alaska on Tuesday (10/7) local time. The De Havilland DHC-3T Turbo Otter aircraft transported 10 passengers and a pilot and crashed into the slopes of Mount Jumbo at an altitude of about 600 meters.

According to KTVA television station citing rescue teams, 10 people were injured in the incident. Currently they are all in stable condition.

Local authorities said the pilot was informed of the incident before 9 am local time and the Coast Guard immediately deployed two helicopters to the crash area, some 65 kilometers southwest of Ketchikan.