Canada's Transportation Safety Board says four people have died in the crash of a small plane in southern British Columbia. A team of investigators from the board was on its way to the scene of the crash near Kelowna. Board spokesman Bill Yearwood said a Cessna Citation aircraft with four people on board went down at about 10:30 pm yesterday after taking off from Kelowna on a flight to Springbank, outside Calgary. Yearwood did not have information about the names or hometowns of those aboard the small jet, or what might have caused the crash.
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