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Four people died when two small planes collided in Las Vegas

Officials said four people were killed on Sunday when two small planes collided at Nevada Airport.

Around noon at Las Vegas Airport, a pair of single-engine aircraft, each carrying two passengers, collided with each other, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

“Preliminary information indicates that Piper PA-46 was preparing for landing when it collided with the Cessna 172,” the FAA said in a statement.

All four people involved in the crash of the two single-engine aircraft were reportedly killed.
AP Photo / John Rocher

While Cessna fell into the “reservoir,” Piper landed in the field east of the runway, officials said.

CBS affiliated station KLAS-TV reported All four people involved in the crash died.

“There were no survivors,” the Clark County Civil Aviation Bureau said in a statement, according to KLAS-TV.

Four people died when two small planes collided in Las Vegas

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