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A plane crash Sunday morning in Owyhee County left three people and one dog dead. A company run by Tom Boyer, owner of Treasure Valley Coffee, is the registered owner of the plane, according to U.S. Federal Aviation Administration registry and Idaho business records.

The victims of the crash have not been identified.

T & C Aircraft Corporation — the registered owner of the Cessna 210 aircraft that crashed "under unknown circumstances into mountainous terrain" — has Boyer listed as the sole agent and director on the company's 2017 annual report form to the Secretary of State. The 2018 annual report form from Treasure Valley Coffee lists Thomas Boyer as the owner as well as Suzanne Boyer as the secretary. 

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The crash occurred about 9:10 a.m. Sunday in the Owyhee Mountains between Reynolds Creek and Silver City, according to the Owyhee County Sheriff’s Office.

The victims of the crash were not identified in the news release. The fatalities are listed in the Federal Aviation Administration's crash data as one member of the flight crew and two passengers.

The cause of the crash is under investigation, according to the sheriff's office, which will be aided in the investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration.

Riley Bunch is the night digital reporter for the Idaho Press. Reach her at 208-465-8169 or follow @rebunch8 on Twitter.

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