Kansas Plane Crash: Two Dead, Five Missing

Kansas plane crash update: Two people are dead, five people are reportedly missing, and four other individuals are injured, Wichita Fire Chief Ronald Blackwell, the Wichita Fire Chief said. The fire official also added that the pilot was the only person on the small airplane that crashed int a building at the Kansas airport – both people confirmed dead were found inside the building. Five people were transported to Via Christi St. Francis Hospital, according to the Wichita Eagle. One of the Kansas plane crash victims is in critical condition and three are being assessed.

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A small plane crashed into a Wichita, Kansas airport building. The twin engine Beechcraft King Air light plane crash landed on take-off. The plane then came down on the flight safety building at Wichita’s Mid-Continent Airport.

Ten people are feared dead as a result of the small plane crash at the Kansas airport. Smoke is pouring from the office where Wichita safety officials were working prior to the aircraft hitting the building. The local fire department has confirmed that individuals were inside the building during the plane crash.

Wichita area hospitals are not reporting that any victims from the small plane crash have been accepted yet been accepted as patients. Local media reports indicate that at least one person was critically injured in the Kansas airport crash.

The twin engine Beechcraft King Air light is a small light turbo prop plane capable of carrying up to eight people at one time – including the pilot.

Check back with Inquisitr for more details about the Kansas plane crash as additional information becomes available on the breaking news story.

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