Survivor leaves Aspen hospital; new video of deadly plane crash released Published: January 22, 2014

Moises Carranza, one of two survivors of this month’s private plane crash at the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport, was upgraded from fair to good condition on Friday at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction and later left the facility, reports the Aspen Daily News.

Miguel Henriqez remained in critical condition at St. Mary’s on Monday. The plane’s third occupant, Sergio Emilio Carranza Brabata, was pronounced dead at the scene of the Bombardier Challenger 600 crash on Jan. 5. Authorities identified him as a co-pilot.

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