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The company's latest saves are nothing short of groundbreaking.
The Cessna 172S crashed into a couple’s home Oct. 1, killing the three people on board.
Flight tracking data indicates it crashed into the house shortly after taking off from Duluth International Airport late Saturday night.
The fixed-wing, single-engine plane left Duluth around 11:10 p.m. Saturday and reached an altitude of 2,300 feet before it crashed, according to Flightaware.com.
The plane took out much of the second floor of the home at 5154 Arrowhead Road.
The remodeled facility will become the company's "Innovation Center of Excellence."

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Volunteer pilots have banded together to transport dogs and other animals to save them from euthanization.
Radar tracks experienced pilot Michael Bratlie past Two Harbors. Then the flight path ends.
The manufacturer promises to bring more jobs to town in return for the subsidized purchase price.

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