Two people killed and four people in plane crash in Ohio: FAA
The plane cut power lines shortly after takeoff.
By Jeffrey Cook and Emily Shapiro
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Two people were killed when a DC-3 plane with six people on board crashed in Ohio this morning, the Federal Aviation Administration announced.
A spokesman for the agency said the four survivors had sustained life-threatening injuries.
Until now, there was no information on the deceased.
The spokesman said the plane cut power lines shortly after taking off in Kidron, Ohio.
The cause of the accident was not immediately clear.
Additional details were not immediately available.