Six Killed After Plane Crashes Into North Carolina Neighborhood
Rob Walker | February 1, 2008 at 01:12 pmby
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A small twin-engine plane crashed into a neighborhood, landing in the front yard of a home in Surrey County, North Carolina.
There are unconfirmed reports that all six people aboard the plane were killed. No one on the ground was hurt.
A twin-engine plane crashed this morning in Mount Airy, N.C., local police tell the Associated Press.
The wire service says there are reports that six people died in the crash. "We do have have multiple fatalities," Myron Waddell, a supervisor with the Surry County emergency services, tells the Winston-Salem Journal.
The Beechcraft King Air C90A took off from Dallas, Ga., and was attempting to land in Mount Airy when it crashed, AP says.
"Several residents who have lived in this quiet neighborhood for decades said it's the first time they have ever seen an aircraft crash in the subdivision," The Mount Airy News reports on its website.
A twin-engine plane crashed Friday in northwest North Carolina, and federal officials are investigating unconfirmed reports that all six people on board were killed.
Surry County sheriff's officials said the King Air C90A crashed in a neighborhood near the Mount Airy airport around 11:30 a.m. The plane appeared to split in half after crashing into the front yard of a home.
A twin-engine plane has crashed in Surry County, North Carolina and killed all six men aboard.
County officials say the King Air 90 crashed today in a neighborhood near the Mount Airy airport around 11:30 a.m. The Federal Aviation Administration said the plane did not hit any homes and no one on the ground was hurt in the accident.
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