Police say that the occupants of a small business jet died when it crashed into an unoccupied house in northeast Ohio and burned, but authorities don’t know yet how many people were onboard.
A Hawker H25 business jet crashed about 2:53 p.m. Tuesday while on approach to Akron Fulton International Airport about two miles away. The aircraft departed from Dayton.
There were no known injuries on the ground after the plane hit an apartment building and caused a house to burn on Mogadore Rd in Ellet, Ohio. Possibly nine people were aboard the aircraft.
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Police say there are 'no survivors' after small plane crashes in Akron, OH: https://t.co/IUbV2Wtnfw pic.twitter.com/Exvu74QXKl
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UPDATE: No survivors after plane crashes into Akron, Ohio apartment building – officials https://t.co/gKsi5ow5z0 pic.twitter.com/fZl6fAhETb
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Aftermath of Akron plane crash into apartment building. Pilot and co-pilot both killed. Video sent in by viewer pic.twitter.com/Igp3gn9c2q
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