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February 27, 2012 at 4:31 PM

Mount Si, Little Si trailheads and trails still closed

Trailheads and trails to Mount Si and Little Si are still closed after a Feb. 15 plane crash.

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources announced the continued closure in a news release Monday. Crews are still working to remove wreckage from the plane crash, which killed three.

The plane’s removal has been hampered by snow and winter weather — problems the department expects will continue into this weekend, according to the release. Search-and-rescue teams and a helicopter will be needed to remove the plane, and the helicopter’s flight path will cross over some trails.

The single-engine plane crashed in the early hours of Feb. 15 in the Mount Si Natural Resources Conservation Area.

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