Two folks have been killed Thursday in a small aircraft crash in New Jersey, authorities stated.
The aircraft departed from Essex County Airport in Caldwell and was headed to Sussex Airport when the Federal Aviation Administration alerted public security companies to search for the lacking aircraft, based on the company.
State Troopers responded to a name at 2:50 p.m. of an plane crash close to Hampton Township in Sussex County, stated Charles Marchan, a spokesman for the New Jersey State Police. The one-engine airplane was found in a wooded space, based on the FAA.
Marchan stated there have been two confirmed deaths. The FAA might be main the investigation, based on Marchan.