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West Coast Airlines Flight 720 was a scheduled passenger flight from Klamath Falls, Oregon, to Seattle, Washington, with intermediate stops at Medford, Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, and Portland, Oregon. On March 10, 1967, it crashed shortly after takeoff at Klamath Falls, killing all four aboard.

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  • West Coast Airlines Flight 720 was a scheduled passenger flight from Klamath Falls, Oregon, to Seattle, Washington, with intermediate stops at Medford, Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, and Portland, Oregon. On March 10, 1967, it crashed shortly after takeoff at Klamath Falls, killing all four aboard.
  • West Coast Airlines Flight 720 was a scheduled passenger flight in the northwest United States from Klamath Falls, Oregon, to Seattle, Washington, with intermediate stops at Medford, Eugene, and Portland, Oregon. On March 10, 1967, it crashed shortly after takeoff from Klamath Falls, killing all four aboard, three crew members and one passenger.
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  • West Coast Airlines Flight 720 was a scheduled passenger flight from Klamath Falls, Oregon, to Seattle, Washington, with intermediate stops at Medford, Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, and Portland, Oregon. On March 10, 1967, it crashed shortly after takeoff at Klamath Falls, killing all four aboard.
  • West Coast Airlines Flight 720 was a scheduled passenger flight in the northwest United States from Klamath Falls, Oregon, to Seattle, Washington, with intermediate stops at Medford, Eugene, and Portland, Oregon. On March 10, 1967, it crashed shortly after takeoff from Klamath Falls, killing all four aboard, three crew members and one passenger.
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