Published: Tue, April 10, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Killed in Plane Crash at Arizona Golf Course

Killed in Plane Crash at Arizona Golf Course

The aircraft came down on the Champions course around 9 p.m. Monday night shortly after taking off from a local airport, according to police in Scottsdale.

Six people were killed after a small airplane crashed on an Arizona golf course Monday night, authorities confirmed.

"We do know the flight originated at Scottsdale Airport and it appears it went down shortly after takeoff, " Watts said.

The plane that crashed was reportedly a Piper PA-24 Comanche aircraft which can carry a maximum of six passengers.

A small plane has crashed and burst into flames on a suburban Phoenix golf course but there's no word yet on what happened to those aboard.

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A police spokesman said the National Transportation Safety Board were on site and would be leading an investigation into the crash.

More than half a dozen emergency vehicles rushed to the scene but Scottsdale Police said none of the six people on board had survived.

The NTSB will issue a preliminary report on circumstances of the crash within two weeks, Weiss said.

TPC Scottsdale is a 36-hole course located 20 miles northeast of downtown Phoenix, and hosts the PGA's Phoenix Open each February.

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