McARTHUR, Ohio - Authorities say two people were killed and a third was flown to a hospital after a single-engine plane crashed near a small airport in rural southeastern Ohio.
The Federal Aviation Administration says the crash occurred around 1:50 p.m. Saturday near the Vinton County Airport, about 50 miles southeast of Columbus.
An FAA spokeswoman says two of the three people on-board were killed in the crash.
The local coroner has not released their identities.
A State Highway Patrol dispatcher said the third person was injured and was flown to a hospital.
The spokeswoman says the FAA is investigating the travelers' point of departure and destination. She said no further information about what happened was available.
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