2 dead after small plane crashes near Pennsylvania airport
WEST CHESTER, Pa. (AP) -- Authorities say a small plane crash near a southeastern Pennsylvania airport has left two people dead.
Emergency officials say the crash was reported near Brandywine Airport just after 1:30 p.m. Sunday.
Dispatchers said two people were found dead following the crash. An official said they were the only people on board.
The Federal Aviation Administration says the Piper PA28 had taken off from the airport located about 20 miles west of Philadelphia. The aircraft then went out of control and went down in a field about two miles away.
Emergency crews reported that the plane burst into flames following the crash.
The FAA will investigate the cause of the crash.