Four Killed in New Mexico Plane Crash
All four people aboard a single-engine Beech/Raytheon G36 Bonanza were killed after it crashed near Whiskey Creek Airport outside of Silver City, New Mexico.
The accident happened about a mile northeast of the Whiskey Creek Airport, when the plane was making a landing attempt. According to FAA officials, the plane went down and then burst into flames just before 4 p.m. on May 23.
The fire sparked after the crash prompted the police to evacuate an adjacent trailer park as a precaution.
The identities of the deceased are not known at the moment.
The cause of accident is under investigation.