Four people have died in a plane crash in the city of Angel Fire, New Mexico. The people who died in the plane crash may have all been from the same family, as according to a report from early Monday (March 4) it was two adults and two children that perished. The plane that crashed was described as a single-engine Mooney and there were no survivors reported at the scene.
The accident reportedly took place during takeoff and could be linked to heavy winds that present in the area. Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration are already on scene, but very little information has been released about the crash yet. That includes no revelation of who the four people were on the plane and what the exact cause of the crash actually was.
The small town of Angel Fire is located about 150 miles northeast of Albuquerque in New Mexico. Suffering a plane crash that caused four people to die has already shaken the community as answers continue to be sought for what took place. More information will likely come from the FAA when a press conference is held Monday to go over this tragic news.
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