On Sunday, a small twin-engine passenger plane has crashed in the United States’ Texas, took the lives of 10 onboard passengers, reports officials.
A spokesperson for the town of Addison told sources that “the Dallas County Medical Examiner has confirmed 10 fatalities and no survivors.”
The flight was heading for St. Petersburg in Florida was carrying two flight crew members and eight passengers, said Vice Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Bruce Landsberg.
There were few details on the cause of the crash that the NTSB is investigating, said Mr. Landsberg.
He told at a press conference that “there are any number of possibilities that could occur.”
A massive black smoke poured out of the building at the Texas Airport in Addison after the plane crashed, as the firefighters have directed water streams towards the flame.
The NTSB probe in-charge of the accident, Jennifer Rodi claims that the plane that had changed its ownership recently, knocked down with a private hangar at Texas Airport.
Sources claims that the aircraft has lost an engine during takeoff and weaved into the hangar.
Further details are awaited.