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Julie Dayholos released a statement through Winnipeg's Health Sciences Centre Thursday, saying she was grateful for the care she has received and is praying for the families of the victims. Five people died in the crash Sunday in Red Lake. (courtesy Julie Dayholos)

One of two survivors of last weekend's plane crash in Red Lake Ont. says she is grateful for the support she has received.

Julie Dayholos, 50, has not spoken publicly, but released a statement through Winnipeg's Health Sciences Centre Thursday.

“Words cannot describe the overwhelming feeling of love and support that I have received over the past few days," it reads.

"I want everyone to know that I am doing well and on the road to recovery following the accident on November 10th.

During this time, my thoughts and prayers are with the families who lost their loved ones.

I would like to thank everyone who has sent prayers my way and especially my family who has been at my side every day.

I would also like to thank the staff at Red Lake Hospital and Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg for taking such good care of me, and for helping me through this journey.

I hope everyone understands my need for privacy at this time as I focus my energy on my recovery and healing.

Sincerely, Julie Dayholos"

Five people died when the Bearskin Airlines plane went down and burst into flames as it approached the Red Lake airport. The Transportation Safety Board is investigating. 

The other survivor is a 29-year-old man from Winnipeg. He has not spoken publicly. 

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