Three people were killed Thursday after a small plane crashed into a car in a parking lot near a Houston airport, fire officials said. Houston Fire Department spokesman Jay Evans said the plane crashed shortly after 1 p.m. into a car that was parked at a hardware store near Hobby Airport in the southeastern part of the city. Ruy Lozano said officials believe the three people killed in the accident were on the plane. No one was in the parked car that was hit by the plane, he said. No fuel spill," Lozano said.
Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Three people were killed and a fourth critically injured when a plane crashed Sunday afternoon in Bryan, Texas, according to city spokesperson Kristen Waggener. "I can tell you three people are dead and one was transported" in critical condition to a hospital, Waggener said. Federal investigators were being sent to the site at Coulter Field Airport, about 85 miles northwest of Houston, to begin investigating the cause of the crash, Waggener said.
This file photo of a single-engine Extra EA400 is similar to the plane that crashed Saturday morning, killing as many as six people, authorities said. Police say there are "no survivors" after a small passenger plane crashed and burned Saturday morning shortly after taking off in northern Oklahoma. FAA spokesman Lynn Lunsford said as many as six people may have been on board the plane when it crashed just 90 miles north of Oklahoma City. "A single-engine Extra EA400 crashed under unknown circumstances ... shortly after taking off from Ponca City Regional Airport," Lunsford said in an email. "The aircraft was destroyed by a post-crash fire.
Two people died during a plane crash Saturday while participating in an event put on by the National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, Texas. Two people died Saturday during a World War II re-enactment show after the vintage plane they were in crashed in the parking lot of a Texas apartment complex, officials said. The war-era North American Aviation P-51 Mustang crashed around 3:15 p.m. in Fredericksburg during the WWII Pacific Combat Program event, put on by the National Museum of the Pacific War. Museum officials took to Twitter to confirm that both passengers on the plane, including one veteran, had been killed. Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Lynn Lunsford said the aircraft was destroyed and several automobiles were also damaged. The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the crash, which happened just 70 miles north of San Antonio.