At Least Five People Died in Plane Crashes in Ohio and Pennsylvania

At least five people died in plane crashes that occurred in the US states of Ohio and Pennsylvania.

US prosecutor Kevin J. Dusenbury Sr. told that the rescue team  found this morning in the city of Pittsburgh the wreckage of the plane that has on Sunday flown from Virginia to Canada, and disappeared from radar screens during  flight over Pennsylvania, reported the Anatolia.

It is a smaller aircraft type Piper PA-28, and in an accident three people were killed who were on board.

The investigation into the causes of the accident is ongoing, but the prosecutor refused to reveal the identity of persons killed because their families have not been officially informed about the accident.

Also  two people were killed in another similar plane crash that took place on Sunday in Ohio.

Eric Hackney (43) and Jesse Loy (36) died in the crash of the private plane in Warren County. The wreckage  of the plane was found today.

The couple went to visit friends, a cause of the accident is still unknown, and the investigation is ongoing.

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