9 killed after twin engine aircraft crashes in Hawaii: Officials
Nine people on board a twin engine aircraft died Friday night in a crash on Oahu’s North Shore, officials said.
There were no survivors in the crash of the King Air plane, Hawaii Department of Transportation spokesman Tim Sakahara said.
The crash occurred near the small Dillingham Airfield, an airport on the North Shore. The highway fronting the airport is closed in both directions.
Other details of the crash, including whether the plane was landing or taking off at the time of the crash, weren’t immediately known, Sakahara said.
Officials initially reported that six people had been on board.
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