Four people died after two planes collided at North Las Vegas Airport


Two common planes collided at North Las Vegas Airport, killing all four on board both planes, according to aviation officials.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, Piper PA-46 was preparing to land when it collided with a Cessna 172 around 12:00 pm local time on Sunday.

“Piper collided with the eastern field to the right of Runway 30, and Cessna fell into a reservoir,” FAA said. “Two people were on board each aircraft.”

The Clark County Civil Aviation Bureau said in a statement that there were no survivors.

The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the cause of the crash.

Hours after the fatal incident, the airport remained open for air traffic, two runways closed until evening, allowing first responders and investigators to work on-site, according to the aviation department. I did.

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