One killed in small plane crash in Franklin County

One killed in small plane crash in Franklin County

One killed in small plane crash in Franklin County

A small plane headed to Maryland crashed Saturday night in IN, killing three people and a dog.

Hours later, the plane was being tracked by Cincinnati Air Traffic Control when it disappeared from radar.

WKRC-TV reports the plane crashed around 9 p.m.in a wooded area in Oldenburg, Indiana. Firefighters were able to put those flames out.

The initial investigation has determined that the single-engine Cessna had left Kansas City, Missouri, and was heading to an airport in Frederick, Maryland, when the crash occurred.

Three people and a dog were found dead among the plane's debris, police said.

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Another dog survived the crash and was found at a nearby residence. It is unclear as to what made the plane crash. The dog was taken to the veterinarian and treated for its injuries. Authorities believe the plane caught fire after it crashed.

Investigators said Sunday they have not identified the cause of the crash.

Autopsies will be performed on all three crash victims December 18.

The ISP is conducting a joint investigation with the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board. Their names have not been released pending family notification.

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