AKRON, Ohio — A plane crash in Akron, Ohio on Tuesday killed everyone on board, according to WJW.
The Hawker H25 small jet was on approach to Akron Fulton Airport when it crashed into a building around 3 p.m., an FAA spokesman said. The crash happened in the area of Mogadore and Skelton roads, according to WJW.
The Akron Fire Department tells WJW that nine people, including the pilot and co-pilot, were on the plane. The fire department said there were no survivors.
Paige McVeigh was on Snapchat when the crash happened. She tweeted video that shows the moment the plane crashed into the apartment building.
McVeigh says the building consists of three buildings. The middle building was struck by the plane. According to McVeigh, no one was inside the apartments when the crash happened.
Employees at a nearby construction company said they heard a low-flying plane, then what sounded like a car hitting a telephone pole. When they went outside, they saw flames and black smoke.
Witnesses told WJW the plane clipped an apartment building before going down.
Within moments, fire trucks and ambulances were at the scene. Workers at the construction company ran down the street to try to help.
FAA investigators are on their way. The National Transportation Safety Board will be in charge of the investigation.