A Cessna Caravan 208B on a Part 135 daylight VFR trip between Quinhagak, Alaska (PAQH) and Togiak, Alaska (PATG), slammed into the side of a hill about 10 nm northwest of its destination after encountering IFR conditions along the route. The aircraft was operated by Hageland Aviation Services Inc, dba Ravn Connect, as flight 1133. The October 2016 accident claimed the lives of both pilots and the lone passenger aboard. Both pilots held commercial pilot certificates with an instrument rating. At the time of departure from PATG, local weather reported calm wind, visibility 9 miles, light rain, with scattered clouds at 1,400 feet agl and an overcast at 4,400 feet agl. The temperature was 8°C.