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Four Killed In Plane Crash In Hot Springs, Virginia

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Four Killed in plane crash in Hot Springs Virginia

Four people were killed in a plane crash at Ingalls Field Airport in Hot Springs, Virginia this week after reportedly attempting to make an emergency landing.

The plane is believed to have been attempting to land at Ingalls Field Airport around 3 p.m. when it crashed, causing a brush fire. Shortly after the crash, Hot Springs Fire and Rescue, Falling Spring Fire Department, and Clifton Forge Fire and Rescue crews arrived at the scene to extinguish the fire.

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is currently investigating the crash to determine its cause. Jeff Fordman, chairman of the Airport Authority, stated that the aircraft was not scheduled to land at Ingalls Field Airport and did not belong to Bath County.

Route 703 nearby the airport will remain closed.

The four passengers killed have yet to be identified.

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