The plane in the fatal crash belonged to the owner of Sacramento, records show

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Two people were killed on a foggy ridge near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco on Friday, authorities said. An emergency beacon for a small plane went off at 2:15 p.m. in Marine Hedlands northwest of the bridge. The Golden Gate National Park Service wrote on Twitter. Searchers found the wreckage and two bodies on a ridge in the outback, away from roads and trails. The Federal Aviation Administration said the plane was a single-engine Vans RV-10 and it crashed around 2:40 p.m. The plane, which can carry four people, is sold as a kit that can be built at home. “The fog completely covers the area and the crash site is closed for investigation,” the National Parks Service said. a few hours after the disaster. However, it was not immediately clear whether the weather played a role in the disaster, which was conducted by a federal investigation. The names of the victims were not released immediately. FAA records show that the plane was registered to the owner in Sacramento. It is unknown at this time whether the plane had an owner. KCRA 3 contributed to this report.

A small plane crashed on a foggy ridge near the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge on Friday, killing two people on board, authorities said.

An emergency beacon for a small plane was detonated at 2:15 p.m. in Marine Hedlands northwest of the bridge, the Golden Gate National Park Service tweeted.

Searchers found the wreckage and two bodies on a ridge in the outback away from roads and trails, the park service said.

The Federal Aviation Administration said the plane was a single-engine Vans RV-10 and it crashed around 2:40 p.m.

The plane, which can carry four people, is sold as a kit that can be built at home.

“The fog completely obscures the area, and the crash site is closed for investigation,” the National Parks Service said hours after the crash.

However, it was not immediately clear whether the weather played a role in the disaster, which was conducted by the federal investigation.

The names of the dead are not immediately named.

FAA records show that the plane was registered to the owner in Sacramento. Whether the plane was the owner is still unknown.


KCRA 3 contributed to this report.

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