2 from back when I was guiding that I was not directly involved in but might make someone a little better about their bad hunt.
#1 Northern BC bush pilot coming in to pick up hunters and drop off supplies. Hits wind shear when landing , flips Supercub, dies on impact. Clients and guides can do nothing but move the body and clean the wreckage off of the runway and wait for another plane to take the now terrified clients back to Norman Wells, last hunt of the season cancelled. Not as traumatic but equally sobering, I had the task of pulling the trailer (well at least riding in the truck pulling it anyway) of wreckage back to Watson Lake. I dont know how many times I looked back at that trailer. The pilot was a good man and a good pilot.
#2 Northern BC bush pilot clips treetops with landing gear 1st time landing at newly constructed landing strip. Plane flips and guide pulls to safety and cares for pilot and client, despite having a broken leg, for 2 days until bad wather that blew in before they were found to be missing finally clears up and rescue chopper locates them. Client and pilot in hospital for several months but eventually OK, both are full of pins and screws now though.