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Search for possible plane crash near Jasper

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    The search has ended for the night  for what may have been a small plane crash near Jasper.

    Authorities say two people reported seeing what they believed to be a plane crash about 5:00, Thursday evening, near the Walker County Airport.
    
    Emergency responders searched an area known as the "Phillips Farm," off  Highway 5, a few miles west of Jasper, for several hours. Three helicopters were reportedly used in the search, but so far no wreckage has been found.

    Rescue workers are not yet confirming a crash.  They say they'll resume the search after daylight, Friday morning.
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