By Steve Cowan
The plane touched the tops of pine trees during landing, then fell to the ground and caught fire.
All four people on board were killed as a result of the crash of a light-engine aircraft when landing in the city of Truckee (California). This was announced on Tuesday, with reference to the statement of the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the local division of the Fox Television Company reported.
According to his data, the plane touched the tops of pine trees during landing, after which it fell to the ground and caught fire. When the plane crashed, it damaged power lines.
On Monday, the California division of the CBS television channel, citing firefighters and police, informed about the crash of a light-engine plane near the Truckee-Tahoe Airport.