KENORA, Ontario (AP/WCCO) — Ontario Provincial police say three Americans have died in a plane crash in northwestern Ontario.

Police said search and rescue squads located a downed Cessna 182 just after 4 p.m. Friday on Chappie Lake, south of Kenora, Ontario.

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Police say two people were found dead and the third victim died later of her injuries.

Police arrived at the scene after receiving an emergency locator signal from Chappie Lake.

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Canadian authorities identified the victims as 41-year-old Nikolas Rajala, 40-year-old Teresa Rajala, and 36-year-old Lynn Bohanon, all of Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Bohanon was piloting the plane.

Police say the three were staying at a fishing lodge in the area, and were on a fishing trip when the crash occurred.

Ontario Provincial Police and the Canadian Transportation Safety Board are investigating the cause of the crash.

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