6 killed in small airplane crash on Scottsdale golf course

6 killed in small airplane crash on Scottsdale golf course

6 killed in small airplane crash on Scottsdale golf course

A small plane which crashed near Scottsdale Airport in Arizona on Monday killed everyone on board.

Scottsdale Airport and the golf course are across the street from each other near Hayden and Bell roads.

Scottsdale Police confirm that there were multiple fatalities as a result of the crash, but can't confirm how many people on board.

A plane crashed on Monday night at TPC Scottsdale.

The plane crashed after taking off from Scottsdale airport, according to FAA officials.

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A Scottsdale Police Department spokesman, Kevin Watts, says police will release the identities once they're determined by the Maricopa County Medical Examiner's Office and that it's unknown when that process will be complete. No one on the ground was injured.

Officers responded to calls about the crash just after 8:45 p.m. local time, police said.

The identities of the victims were no being immediately released, pending identification and notification of family members.

Investigators at the site Tuesday morning examined the burned wreckage next to a tree. Piper Comanche 260 Can't wait to take this bad boy up and around for some adventures Whoohoo 6 seats.

The Federal Aviation Administration identified the plane as a Piper PA-24, a single-engine aircraft that can hold up to six people.

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