10 dead in Addison, Texas plane crash

Update at 10:38 p.m. 6/30/19

The NTSB says an investigation into a deadly plane crash in Addison, Texas is underway. NTSB investigator Jennifer Rodi says a crew is working to gather perishable evidence at this point. Ten people died after a plane crashed into a hangar at Addison Airport, about 14 miles north of Dallas, just after the twin-engine plane took off. NTSB Vice Chairman Bruce Landsberg said two aircrafts were inside the hangar and both of them sustained damage. A preliminary report is expected to be released in about two weeks. Specialists are currently reviewing footage of the incident in this fact-gathering stage of the investigation. 

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10 people were killed when a plane crashed into a hangar at the Addison Municipal Airport.

Officials say the twin-engine Beechcraft BE-350 King Air crashed on takeoff into the hangar, sparking a fire. The hangar was unoccupied. All 10 people in the plane died.

The crash closed down the municipal airport for about an hour. The NTSB is taking over the investigation.

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