Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Plane Carrying Lapierre Relative Makes Landing after Engine Trouble

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Plane Carrying Lapierre Relative Makes Landing after Engine Trouble

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Plane carrying Lapierre relative has engine problems

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BONAVENTURE, Que. - A plane carrying about a dozen people, including the brother-in-law of the late Jean Lapierre, landed safely in the Gaspesie region after one of its engines shut down mid-flight.

The twin-engine plane, a Jetstream 32, had left the St-Hubert airport near Montreal on Wednesday night and made a stop in Quebec City on its way to the Iles-de-la-Madeleine.

It made a scheduled stop at Bonaventure airport shortly after one of the engines experienced problems.

Lapierre's brother-in-law, Denis Frechette, was headed to the Iles-de-la-Madeleine to join his wife, who is the late political commentator's only living sibling after a plane crash Tuesday killed the former Liberal cabinet minister, his wife, his two brothers and one of his sisters. …

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