US: Plane crashes into house, killing 2

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July 1, 2007 02:12

 
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A small plane crashed into a house on Saturday, killing the male pilot and a woman on the ground, authorities said. Faulkner County Coroner Patrick Moore said at a news conference the woman killed was an occupant of the house, which is near Conway Municipal Airport. Conway is about 25 miles (15 kilometers) north of Little Rock. Moore said a passenger in the plane and another person in the house survived. He did not release their names or the conditions of the survivors. Authorities said they believe the plane was trying to land at the Conway airport, but did not say what might have caused the crash or where the plane had come from.

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