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At least 3 dead after plane crash in Greenfield

Two individuals have reported a plane crash accompanied by an explosion.



Update: In Greenfield, Massachusetts, within the Leyden Wildlife Area off Greenfield Rd, the plane has been discovered by initial rescue personnel.

A spokesperson from the FAA mentioned that firefighters in the Massachusetts city located the wreckage using a drone and observed multiple individuals at the crash site.

Authorities suspect that the plane involved in the incident is a Beechcraft Baron, which is a light, twin-engine aircraft.

They have reported three fatalities, and efforts are underway to bring in four-wheel-drive emergency equipment to access the scene.

As stated by the Greenfield, Massachusetts Police Department on Facebook: We can confirm a fatal crash involving a twin-engine plane in North Greenfield near Oak Hill Acres Rd.

Unfortunately, there were no survivors. Rescue crews and investigators are currently at the scene. For safety reasons, we advise against attempting to access the site, as you will be turned away. Further updates will be provided by the NTBD.

Extended operations are in progress.

Original Report:

Report of a Potential Plane Incident – Barton Rd in the vicinity of Country Club.

Two individuals have reported a plane crash accompanied by an explosion.

Law enforcement is now confirming the presence of smoke in the area, and emergency services are currently working to pinpoint the exact location.

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.