Two Oklahoma brothers killed in Hawaii plane crash

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KAUAI, Hawaii – Two Oklahoma brothers were among five people killed in a small plane crash in Hawaii.

On Monday, fire officials say the plane was carrying the pilot, two skydive instructors, and two tandem jumpers when it went down near the Port Allen Airport on Kauai.

Four of the victims were pronounced dead at the scene.  One person was transported to a hospital where he later died.

Two of the victims have been identified as Oklahoma brothers, Marshall and Phillip Cabe.

According to KSWO, Phillip graduated from Cameron University in Lawton this spring, while his brother Marshall graduated last year.

The group is believed to have been part of a tour operated by Sky Dive Kauai, Hawaii News Now reports.

Investigators are working to determine the cause of the crash.

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