10 people killed in Texas plane crash

The NTSB and FAA are looking into what caused the small plane to crash into a hangar shortly after takeoff. ABC News' Janai Norman reports.
1:43 | 07/01/19

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We begin with investigators on the scene of the deadliest plane crash in Texas and nearly three decades had of people were killed when the plane crashed into hangar at a small airport. Witnesses say it appears the plane had trouble gaining altitude after take off. Tragedy at this airport near Dallas were small plane heading to saint Petersburg Florida crashed into a hangar shortly after take off. It's an aircraft tower everybody to stand by the idea acted in on the field. But not the bill other council. Witnesses at the airport in Addison say the plane veered to the left before rolling over. It's left wing smashing into the building sending thick black smoke billowing from the crash site there was really thick like you can tell there is some burning. Chemicals are the you know gas or oil. It definitely looked black an FAA. It could be serious the eight passengers in two crew members on board were killed we don't know a lot about the people on board at this point no one on the ground was hurt. Investigators say the hangar was empty at the time of the crash the NTSB and FAA are now working to determine the cause of back crash. Overnight investigators said they were still trying to determine the plane's tail number. The aircraft apparently changed hands here recently so it's not clear to us at this time. What he proper tail number is. ENTSB says it will be looking into the pilot's background and says. Videos at the crash will be a big part of their investigation. We are aware at three different videos and we're in the process as we speak of having our special street view that adage. And the NTSB says the plane was previously owned by a private charter company in Chicago. But is now working to track down the current owner.

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