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Lake Havasu City plane crash – ‘No survivors’ after aircraft takes off at Arizona airport and is engulfed in flames

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THERE are “no survivors” after a small plane crash landed at the Lake Havasu City Airport in Arizona on Sunday, reports say.

The aircraft reportedly went down at around 4.10pm local time, Lake Havasu City Police Department told local media outlets.

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There were ‘no survivors’ after a small plane crash landed at the Lake Havasu City Airport in Arizona, reports say[/caption]

AZ Family reported that the accident unfolded as the plane was taking off.

Cops reportedly arrived to find the single-engine Cessna 177RG engulfed in flames and the Lake Havasu City Fire Department were on the scene.

Firefighters were able to quench the blaze.

The FAA is set to release the tail number of the plane once it’s verified by investigators.

‘NO SURVIVORS’

It has not been confirmed what caused the crash and the victims, if any, have not been identified.

Police have not confirmed at this time that there were no survivors.

The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating what caused the tragedy.


The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) tweeted: “NTSB is investigating the Sept. 12, 2021, crash of a Cessna 177RG near Lake Havasu City, Arizona.”

The Sun has contacted Lake Havasu City Police Department, the city’s fire department, and the airport for comment.

We did not receive a response from any of those three agencies by the time of publication.

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