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Coroner Releases Name of Victim in Lost Trail Plane Crash

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SULA - The Ravalli County Chief Deputy Coroner releases the name of the victim of the airplane crash at Lost Trail Ski Area on Tuesday.

Undersheriff and Chief Deputy Coroner Steve Holton said 62-year-old Michael Blume of Burnsville, Minnesota was killed when the aircraft he was piloting crashed into the parking lot of Lost Trail Powder Mountain.

Blume was the only occupant of the aircraft and no other injuries were reported as a result of the crash.
 
Blume was piloting the aircraft to the Ravalli County Airport in Hamilton. The aircraft left Dillon and had landed in Salmon, ID prior to the incident.

NTSB and FAA officials are investigating the cause of the crash.

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