Six dead after plane crash in Scottsdale

Six dead after plane crash in Scottsdale

It did not identify the dead.

None of the six people aboard the Piper PA-24 survived, the Federal Aviation Administration said.

"At this point in the investigation we can confirm that the flight originated from the Scottsdale airport and crashed shortly after takeoff..."

The Scottsdale Police Department responded to an airplane crash Monday night.

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Kenitzer said the plane caught fire after takeoff from Scottsdale Airport, but it's still unclear what caused the fire. However, there were several witnesses who watched the fiery crash play out.

The identities of the deceased are being withheld until next-of-kin notifications are complete. Nobody on the ground was hurt.

Scottsdale Airport and the golf course are across the street from each other near Hayden and Bell roads.

More than 100 people have been killed in a military plane crash in Algeria, according to state radio.

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A final NTSB report is not expected for at least 12 months.

Police say multiple people onboard died, but the exact number was not immediately released.

The single-engine Comanche can have four or six seats.

Mohammed Achour, chief spokesman for the civil protection agency, said: "There are more than 100 deaths".

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