10th anniversary of Alaska Flight 261 | The Seattle Times
Those who lost loved ones when Alaska Airlines Flight 261 plunged into the Pacific Ocean off California have learned some hard, bitter truths in the 10 years since the crash. They've learned that time doesn't heal all wounds, that some injustices and wrongs can never be righted. They've learned that there are human vultures and con artists who prey on grief and tragedy. Some have found peace and acceptance, but others still burn with anger. Some say the silver linings and deeper meanings of God's plans remain mysteries to them. Many believe love does transcend death in the end.