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Aircraft crashes into hangar at airport in San Bernardino County; 3 reported dead 


A plane crash killed three people and caused an aircraft hangar to go up in flames in San Bernardino County.

According to a Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson, a single-engine Beechcraft P35 crashed during departure at Cable Airport in Upland around 6:30 a.m. Sunday morning with three people on board.

“Three occupants of aircraft located deceased,” SBFD tweeted. “Investigators enroute.” 

Preliminary information from the San Bernardino County Fire Department indicated that fire crews were on scene at the airport early Sunday morning fighting flames that had engulfed an aircraft hangar.

Fire officials later confirmed that the hangar fire was extinguished.

The FAA and the NTSB are handling the investigation.

This is a developing story. Stay with KTLA for updates.



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