Crews in a LifeMed helicopter prepare to transport a victim of a two-vehicle fatal car crash on July 7, 2019, near Mile 142 Sterling Highway, Happy Valley, Alaska. The driver of one car involved in the crash, Michael Franklin, 18, of Homer, Alaska, died of his injuries at the scene. (Photo by Jon Marsh/Anchor Point Fire and EMS)

Crews in a LifeMed helicopter prepare to transport a victim of a two-vehicle fatal car crash on July 7, 2019, near Mile 142 Sterling Highway, Happy Valley, Alaska. The driver of one car involved in the crash, Michael Franklin, 18, of Homer, Alaska, died of his injuries at the scene. (Photo by Jon Marsh/Anchor Point Fire and EMS)

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