One dead in Crozet plane crash

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Emergency crews have responded to an apparent plane crash in western Albemarle County near Crozet, WVAW reports.

A small plane crashed into a fairly busy area of Colorado Springs on Sunday afternoon, sending one of its three passengers to a hospital.

Severe weather and tornado warnings had moved throughout the region near the plane crash.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the Experimental Challenger II aircraft took off from a private airstrip around 8 p.m.

The downed aircraft was located around 1 a.m. Monday morning.

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DPS identified the victims as Clayton Sides, 25, of Dimmitt and Thomas Jacob Hefner, 25 of Bovina.

Two people were killed in a plane crash Monday in a rural OH county about 120 miles south of Cleveland, the Federal Aviation Administration said.

The FAA is on the scene to begin the investigation that will be headed by the NTSB.

This is a developing story.

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