Smaller airliner with 12 persons on board crashed on Saturday down in South Dakota shortly after to be relieved.
Nine people Saturday perished in a plane crash in the u.s. state of South Dakota. It writes NBC News.
Despite the "extremely" difficult weather conditions we managed to rescue three people alive. The survivors are brought to a hospital in Sioux Falls.
Among the killed are two children, reports the american media. The aircraft's pilot died also in the crash.
12 people were aboard the plane that crashed shortly after take-off from the airport in the town of Chamberlain. The wreckage was found at a distance of about one and a half kilometres from the airport.
the Aircraft of the type Pilatus PC-12 was on the way to Idaho Falls Regional Airport in Idaho, informs the american aviation authority, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
the Pilatus PC-12 is a turboprop aircraft with one engine.
The national weather service had issued a warning about a winter storm in the area where the crash happened.
Investigators from the FAA are on the way to the scene of the accident, and The National Transportsikkerhedsråd have been informed, communicate luftfartsmyndigheden.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 07:00