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The Coast Guard says six people are unaccounted for after two floatplanes went down in the water in southeast Alaska.
Petty Officer Jon-Paul Rios says one of the planes carried 11 people and the other plane carried five. Authorities say 10 of the people were accounted for.
The fate of the other six people wasn’t immediately known.
The Ketchikan Daily News reported injured passengers were being taken to a nearby lodge, where the local emergency medical services department was staging. Their conditions were not immediately known.
Rios says it’s not immediately clear if the planes crashed or had anything to do with each other going down Monday.
Weather conditions included high overcast skies with 9 mph (14 kph) southeast winds.