ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The latest developments on a fatal floatplane crash in southwest Alaska (all times local):

3:15 p.m.

Alaska authorities have released the hometowns of the seven men who survived Tuesday's deadly floatplane crash.

State troopers say the surviving pilot is 54-year-old John Furnia of Covington, New York.

The surviving passengers are 65-year-old Rodger C. Glaspey of Fresno, California; 62-year-old Robert J. Dingler of Fresno, California; 67-year-old David W. Wood of Westchester, Pennsylvania, 25-year-old Seth J. Hofland of Bountiful, Utah; 23-year-old Robert R. Westbrook of Cottage Grove, Oregon; and 27-year-old Justin L. Schillaci of Greenville, Pennsylvania

Furnia, Glaspey, Wood and Dingler were listed in good condition at Anchorage hospitals. Westbrook was listed in fair condition.

The plane crashed near the tiny town of Iliamna (ill-ee-AHM'-nuh) as it was taking off for a fishing trip.

The other three men onboard died. They were 80-year-old Tony W. Degroot of Hanford, California; 70-year-old James P. Fletcher of Clovis, California; and 69-year-old James Specter of Shavertown, Pennsylvania.

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12:30 p.m.

Alaska authorities released the names of seven survivors of a floatplane that crashed near a lake, killing three tourists.

The surviving pilot is identified by Alaska State Troopers as 54-year-old John Furnia of New York. The surviving passengers are identified as 65-year-old Rodger C. Glaspey of California, Robert J. Dingler of California, 67-year-old David W. Wood of Pennsylvania, 25-year-old Seth J. Hofland of Utah, 23-year-old Robert R. Westbrook of Oregon and 27-year-old Justin L. Schillaci of Pennsylvania.

Authorities say some of those on board were guides.

Killed in the crash were 80-year-old Tony W. Degroot of Hanford, California; 70-year-old James P. Fletcher of Clovis, California; and 69-year-old James Specter of Shavertown, Pennsylvania.

The plane belonging to an Iliamna (ill-ee-AHM'-nuh) lodge crashed Tuesday in southwest Alaska.