A small plane smashed close to an airplane terminal in southeastern Pennsylvania, killing the two team members of airplane, authorities said.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA for its acronym in English) reported that Piper PA28 airplane took off from the air terminal and dropped around three kilometers (two miles) away and afterward light. Evidently the pilot lost control of the plane, authorities said.
Brandywine Airport authorities declined to remark on the way that whether it is completed an inspection.
“Two lives were lost, our hearts are with the families,” said Jeff Suveg, deputy manager of the air terminal.
The site where the plane fell close to two homes and a complex tend to the elderly, The Philadelphia inquirer reported.
The FAA will investigate the reason for the fall of the appliance.