3 people and dog killed in plane crash in Franklin County


3 people and dog killed in plane crash in Franklin County

Indiana State Police confirmed the crash happened around 9 p.m.in a wooded area behind a residence along Hamburg Road near Senft Road.

Indiana State Highway Patrol reports the plane originated in Kansas City, Missouri and stopped in Columbus, Indiana to refuel, before taking off for its final destination of Maryland. ISP is right now working with both the FAA and NTSB to investigate the cause of the crash.

Three people and a dog are dead after a small plane crashed Saturday night near Oldenburg, Indiana. Firefighters were able to put those flames out.

The three people who have not been identified were found dead at the scene along with one dog. A second dog survived the crash and showed up at a nearby residence. The dog was taken to a local veterinarian to be treated for injuries. First responders
3 people and dog killed in plane crash in Franklin County

Three people and a dog were killed - and another dog survived - when a plane crashed in IN on Saturday, authorities said. Authorities also found a dead dog. The victims' identities will not be released until the Franklin County, Indiana Coroner's Office can confirm their identities and speak with the next of kin. The dog was taken to the veterinarian and treated for its injuries. A second dog was found near the wreckage, believed to be the only survivor of the crash. The investigation is ongoing and may take weeks to complete.

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