Transcript for Videos capture plane crash near Dallas that killed 10
In the meantime, new images tonight of the deadliest in Texas in 30 years. A small plane crashing just after takeoff, and tonight here, newly released video shows the plane trying to lift into the sky and then flipping over, slamming into a hangar. No one survived this. And ABC's Marcus Moore from Texas tonight. Reporter: The videos, just obtained by our Dallas affiliate WFAA, show the tragedy unfolding from multiple angles. The plane takes off from this small airport near Dallas. And once airborne, a dash camera captures the final moments, as the aircraft flies low over an airport hangar before appearing to bank suddenly to the left, flipping and then crashing. A fireball erupts and black smoke rises into the air. And you see emergency crews rushing to the horrific scene as bystanders watch from afar. The plane, bound for St. Petersburg, Florida, had ten people onboard, including two crew members and a family of four with two teenaged children. David, NTSB investigators have reviewed the aircraft's cockpit voice recorder and they say eight seconds before the crash, you can hear a crew member talk about a problem with the aircraft's left engine. The investigation continues. David? All right, Marcus Moore tonight. Marcus, thank you.
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