At least two people killed in a collision between two planes over California airport, authorities said on Thursday.
Around 15:00 local time, a single-engine Cessna 152 with one human on board and twin-engine Cessna 340 with two people on board collided while trying to land at Watsonville Municipal Airport, the Federal Aviation Administration said. in statement.
The Watsonville Fire Department confirmed there were numerous casualties. in in collision. Identities of the dead were not immediately released.
There were no reports of injuries anyone on land, according to the FAA.
The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating crash.
Watsonville Municipal Airport is located approximately 45 miles south of of San Jose.