Four people were reportedly killed in a plane crash near the Sioux Falls airport in South Dakota earlier today. According to local ABC affiliate KSFY.
According to local ABC affiliate KSFY, the two-engine Cessna was headed for Rapid City, but crashed just after takeoff. All four passengers have been pronounced dead.
According to an Federal Aviation Administration spokesman, the investigation into the cause of the crash will be headed up by local law enforcement officials. Fire crews and police were on the scene shortly after the crash. The Argus Leader, a local paper, has posted a video from an eyewitness.
A single engine plane also went down near Sturgis, South Dakota last month. The pilot, the only person aboard, was killed.