A small Beechcraft aircraft carrying two passengers is reported to have crashed into the water near Sand Point, Alaska. A debris field has been located, but the passengers of the plane have not been located. Coast Guard vessels and helicopters are actively searching the area for possible survivors. The circumstances of the crash are unknown and under investigation.
Just after taking off from Hallo Bay, a DeHaviland Beaver float plane enroute to Kodiak with six passengers, crashed into the water. The Coast Guard received a call reporting the accident at 1:12 p.m. C-130 and Dolphin aircrews were nearby on training missions, and were immediately dispatched to the scene. All six passengers were rescued and transported to Kodiak where they were treated for hypothermia and minor injuries.
Source: USCG Alaska Press Release