On Monday, two people passed away post a small passenger airplane they were travelling in crashed close to Dallas, said the officials.
The airplane was trying to land at the time it crashed along one service road in the Grand Prairie region before 3pm, said the fire department through a statement.
The small plane took off perfectly from the municipal airport of the city minutes earlier, said the officials.
The witnesses said that the airplane hit one telephone pole, was struggling for another 500ft after hitting the road’s concrete several times and hit one pickup later before it stalled in parking space of one Sonic restaurant, informed Robert Fite, the Fire Chief of Grand Prairie.
When the firefighters as well as police arrived, the airplane was completely engulfed, said Fite.
The individual in pickup was rushed to a nearby hospital; however, the injuries aren’t life-threatening.
The identity of the passengers who died weren’t released immediately. The Federal Aviation Administration is presently in the scene and probing the matter, said the authorities.
The airplane is Denton-based and had stopped at Grand Prairie Municipal Airport right before it took off and sadly crashed, said the authorities. The people who were at the airport informed that there were just two individuals on the airplane, said Fite.