A plane crash in the US state of South Dakota has left nine people dead, including a pilot and two children and three people were injured. According to media reports, there were 12 people aboard the plane. But the cause for the crash has not yet been determined.
The Pilatus PC-12 had 12 people on board when it crashed near Chamberlain — about 180 miles west of Sioux Falls shortly after takeoff, Peter Knudson of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) told the Sioux Falls Argus Leader. The plane was carrying 12 people on board, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) reported. It was heading for Idaho Falls, Idaho, but crashed after taking off from Chamberlain Municipal Airport.
Earlier on November 28, a plane crashed in Canada. Seven people were killed. The small plane crashed in north of Kingston. According to the Canadian Transportation Safety Board, the flight crashed into an object while moving from the Buttonville Municipal Airport to Quebec City. Bad weather may be the main reason for this.