A small plane crashed in Florida killing two people, officials said.
Shawn Coarsey, assistant chief for the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, says investigators believe the single-engine plane had been in the air about 20 minutes after taking off from Herlong Recreational Airport on Sunday before it crashed into a field.
Images of the crash taken by a witness show a small plane engulfed in flames.
The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating with the help of the sheriff’s office to determine the cause of the crash.
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The sheriff’s assistant chief said the two people who were killed in the crash had not been identified.