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Plane crash north of San Antonio International Airport kills three: NBC

Reuters Monday, 2 December 2019
Three people died when a small plane crashed on the north side of the San Antonio International Airport in Texas late on Sunday, NBC Chicago reported, citing fire officials.
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News video: Police: Small plane crash lands near Vero Beach Regional Airport, no one hurt

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A small plane made a crash landing just south of the Vero Beach Regional Airport on Monday afternoon. Photos posted to social media by Vero Beach police showed a single-engine Piper Cherokee aircraft in the grass with its wing ripped off and damage to the body of the plane.

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