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Two men from Ontario were on a private plane that crashed in northern Saskatchewan.

Mounties say a 53-year-old male pilot and one 29-year-old male co-pilot, both from Thorndale, Ont., were on the Seabee plane en route to Yellowknife when it crashed near Points North Landing, a permanent camp near Wollaston Lake.

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Wollaston Lake RCMP is currently on scene.

Mounties say the pilot and co-pilot are being taken from the plane by search and rescue technicians in a Griffon helicopter.

Police say injuries and details are not known.

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