Two common aviation plane collided at North Las Vegas Airport, killing all 4 folks aboard each planes, aviation officers stated.
On Sunday at roughly 12 p.m. native time, a Piper PA-46 was making ready to land when it collided with a Cessna 172, in keeping with the Federal Aviation Administration.
“The Piper crashed right into a discipline east of Runway 30-Proper and the Cessna fell right into a water retention pond,” the FAA stated. “Two folks had been aboard every plane.”
There have been no survivors, the Clark County Division of Aviation stated in a press release.
The FAA and the Nationwide Transportation Security Board are investigating the reason for the crash.
Hours after the deadly incident, the airport remained open for air visitors with two runways being closed into the night to permit first responders and investigators to work the scene, the aviation division stated.