Authorities in Glasgow, Kentucky, have confirmed that four people were killed when their single-engine light plane crashed on Sunday, Nov. 12. Three were pronounced dead at the scene.
Public Information Officer Jeremy Hodges described the wreckage as "mangled".
Kentucky State Police had to cease their investigation with the fading daylight.
Hodges described the state of the plane, saying it looks to have hit some tree tops before being halted by one of the trees.
He said they've set up about a 500-foot perimeter around the scene.
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In Barren County, KY, a plane crashed at approximately 2:21pm. The plane, a Piper PA32, according to the Federal Aviation Administration, struck multiple trees in a wooded area.
Kentucky State Police are investigating the crash but aren't releasing many details at this time.
Four people are dead following a plane crash in the Fountain Run community of Barren County, police say.
The victims have yet to be publicly identified and the cause of the crash is unconfirmed.
We'll continue to update this story as more information becomes available.
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