At least 10 people killed in Texas plane crash


At least ten people have died after a twin-engine plane crashed into a hangar at the airport in the US city of Addison, near Dallas, Texas, local media reported.

According to the municipal authorities, the Beechcraft model aircraft BE-350 King Air experienced some type of failure during takeoff before crashing into the hangar. At the time of the accident there was no one inside the hangar.

Another witness video of the plane that crashed into a hangar during takeoff this morning at the Addison Airport. FAA says it was a twin-engine Beechcraft BE-350 King Air, they have not said how many people on board @ FOX4.A

The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that the plane was completely destroyed by fire. The National Transportation Safety Board will be in charge of the accident investigation.

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Medical Examiner just arrived on scene at Addison Airport where a plane crashed into a hangar this morning during takeoff. We have not been told how many people were on board @ FOX4.

The airport was closed for about 45 minutes after the accident, but then operations resumed.

Eid Lee

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