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No injuries after plane misses runway in Gillam, Man.

The crash site near the Gillam airport.
The crash site near the Gillam airport. RCMP Manitoba

Four people escaped injury after their airplane crashed near the Gillam airport Wednesday night, said RCMP.

Police said a small twin-engine prop plane carrying two pilots and two paramedics skidded across a frozen lake and stopped short of their intended runway.

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The plane had been en route from Winnipeg to Churchill.

No one was hurt but all four were taken to hospital as a precaution.

Police have notified the Transportation Safety Board and are continuing to investigate.

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