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Canada plane found in Antarctica after 'not survivable' crash

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Rescuers found Saturday the wreckage of an aircraft that went missing in Antarctica with three Canadians aboard, with officials describing the crash on the steep mountainside as "not survivable". 

This file photo, taken in 2006, provided by the National Science Foundation, shows a Twin Otter aircraft at the NSF's Amudsen-Scott South Pole Station. Rescuers on Saturday found the wreckage of a similar aircraft that went missing in Antarctica with three Canadians aboard, with officials describing the crash on the steep mountainside as 'not survivable.'

The Twin Otter disappeared in a remote mountain range on Wednesday while on a supply run from the South Pole to Italy's Antarctic base at Terra Nova Bay.

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