Canada to question U.S. pilot after crash reveals guns onboard

Canadian authorities were investigating the crash of a small aircraft flown by an American pilot after rescue workers found a small cache of firearms in the airplane after it crashed near Victoria, British Columbia. The airplane was determined to have originated in Juneau, Alaska, and was heading to a destination in Washington state, and the pilot and his wife were hospitalized after sustaining injuries in the crash.

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