TULSA, Okla. (WNDU) – A plane carrying four people crashed into an Indiana neighborhood Sunday afternoon, killing two people on board.
The FAA says the plane left the Tulsa area Sunday afternoon and was scheduled to land at the South Bend Regional Airport Sunday afternoon.
Officials say the plane’s pilot radioed for help, saying he was experiencing problems with the technical equipment.
The plane had already attempted to land and was trying to circle back to the airport when it spiraled out of control.
It crashed into a nearby neighborhood, damaging three homes.
Authorities say two people on board were killed and the other two suffered injuries.
Also, one person inside one of the homes was also injured.
According to WNDU, the plane was registered to an Oklahoma company.