Medical Care Plane Down, Five Dead Including Pilot, Flight Nurse and Patient

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Five people were killed Friday night when a medical flight crashed in Nevada.

The flight was operated by CareFlight, a part of REMSA health, and went down near Stagecoach, Nevada, which is about 40 miles east of Reno, according to KOLO-TV.

REMSA Health confirmed the accident in a statement posted on Facebook.

“Care Flight, a service of REMSA Health, headquartered in Reno, Nevada, and Guardian Flight, headquartered in Utah, can confirm that a PC 12 fixed-wing aircraft, tail number N273SM, went off radar Friday, Feb. 24, at approximately 9:45 p.m., near Stagecoach, Nevada,” it posted.

“We are heartbroken to report that we have now received confirmation from Central Lyon County Fire Department that none of the five people on board survived,” the post said.

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