Several People Killed After Small Aircraft Crashes In Nashville

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(Nashville, TN) A plane with possibly four people on board crashed in an area behind the Bellevue YMCA at about 5 p.m. Monday, WTVF reports.

Several people were killed, the Nashville Fire Chief said.

The FAA says the aircraft was a Gulfstream 690C, registered to MidKansas Agri Company out of Pawnee, Kan.

Flight records show it took off from Grand Bend, Kan., at 2:45 p.m. and was scheduled to arrive at John C. Tune airport just before 5.

The Nashville Fire Department says the plane missed all buildings in the area when it crashed.

The YMCA was evacuated as a precaution.


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