Float plane carrying 10 people, including a child, crashes into Washington’s Mutiny Bay, Coast Guard says

It was not known after a float plane crashed in Mutiny Bay, Washington on Sunday afternoon.

Senior officials said that rescue teams are looking for those people, The Pacific Northwest District of the US Coast Guard, while giving a news interview, said that one of its children was about ten people and that the plane had fallen down after 3 o’clock in the afternoon.

Mutiny Bay is west of Whidbey Island and an hour north of Seattle.

USCG Pacific Northwest tweeted Sunday night that the plane was bound for Renton, Washington, despite earlier reports it was headed for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

The Coast Guard has sent helicopters, boats and aircraft to the rescue so that they can be traced. First responders from the South Whidbey Fire, the Island County Sheriff’s Office and the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office are also at the scene, the USCG release said.

Officials said the cause of the accident is unknown.

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