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US Plane Crashes In Indiana, All Onboard Dead, Say State Authorities

09:57  23 february  2018
09:57  23 february  2018 Source:   ibtimes.com

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A plane, which was flying from Indianapolis to Green Bay, Wisconsin, crashed in Carroll County, Indiana, Thursday night.

According to a report by WRTV, an ABC-affiliated television station, the Cessna 441 plane crashed in a field near the County Road 600S and 500W north of the town of Rossville, Indiana.

The plane took off from Eagle Creek Airpark in Indiana just before 7:30 p.m CST (8:20 p.m. EST). The number of people aboard the aircraft is not known.

According to Indiana State Police, there were no survivors from the plane crash.

The residents living near the area said the plane crash sounded like thunder. The reason for the crash is not known at the moment.

According to a report by Fox 59, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said the National Transport Safety Board (NTSB) will be heading the investigation.

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