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Police: Fatal plane crash west of airport

Police are confirming to people died when a single engine aircraft went down around 3 p.m. west of the Boulder City Airport.

 The Clark County coroner arrived at 6 p.m.

 Because of the remote desert location of the accident, approximately a mile west of the airport before U.S. Highway 95, officials have had a hard time reaching the crash site.

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