At least 1 person dead in Kentucky small plane crash

At least one person has died in a small plane crash in Kentucky.

Multiple news outlets report the plane crashed not far from the Wendell Ford Airport near the Perry-Breathitt County line Thursday evening in Lost Creek. The small plane went down around 6:30 p.m.

Investigators on the scene were combing through the wreckage and trying to figure out what caused the crash.

Witnesses say pieces of the aircraft were visible in trees and on the ground.

The Perry County Deputy Coroner says authorities are waiting for the NTSB and FAA to arrive at the scene and the Kentucky State Police secured the scene for the evening. He says at least one person is confirmed dead but didn’t release information on the victim.

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