6 dead after little plane accidents, bursts into flames in Southern California, authorities say

A plane conveying six individuals crashed and burst into flares in a Southern California field early Saturday morning, killing everybody ready, authorities said.

The plane was a Cessna C550 business stream, the Government Flying Organization said. It crashed Saturday close to the French Valley Air terminal in Murrieta, California, a city somewhere between Los Angeles and San Diego.

"The plane crashed shy of French Valley Air terminal during its second methodology around 4:15 a.m. PDT," Jennifer Gabris, a Public Transportation Security Board representative, told USA TODAY in a messaged message. The flight had left from Las Vegas.

The plane and about a section of land of vegetation consumed and the fire was extinguished after more than 60 minutes, the Riverside Area Local group of fire-fighters said on Twitter. Every one of the six on board were articulated dead at the scene, the sheriff's office said. Authorities didn't deliver their characters.
Charred remains of a Cessna lie near the landing approach at French Valley Airport, in Murrieta, Calif., Saturday, July 8, 2023. The Los Angeles Times reports that, according to CalFire, six people died in the crash.

Authorities didn't express out loud whatever they thought caused the accident on Saturday, however said the FAA and the NTSB were both researching.

It's the second destructive accident close to that air terminal in seven days. A 39-year-elderly person was killed and three kids were harmed on the Fourth of July when a little plane the man was directing crashed, authorities said.

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