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Two Arizona men were found dead in a plane crash in Buckeye on Saturday.
Daniel Keen, 56, and Emmanuel Flores, 32, died after their plane crashed near Buckeye Airport around 7 a.m. Saturday, the Buckeye Police Department said.
Buckeye is located about 35 miles west of Phoenix.
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The second person on the ship died from their injuries. Researchers are continuing their work to identify victims and report back to their families. https://t.co/7FVMkk6W50
– Buckeye Police Department (@BuckeyeAZPD) June 18, 2022
When officials first responded to the situation, Keen was told he had died while Flores had been taken to the hospital in a critical condition, according to BPD.
Flores died from his injuries, officials said.
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Gary Boggs, owner of Northwest Sky Sports, who said he saw the crash, had been at the municipal airport “for years” and “he hadn’t seen anything like this. “he told Fox 10 of Phoenix.
“I haven’t seen a dead body, and I’ve been here a few years, I’ve never seen anything like this,” Bogg said, of the door. “It’s always sad to see someone dead. The plane is really safe, but it’s not forgiven.”
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Boggs said he saw the plane catch fire before it crashed.
“The plane is gone [on] then turn the lane down, in line with the driveway – which is usually the closest to the highway, ”he said.
The NTSB is investigating the June 18, 2022, accident of a Beech E35 near Buckeye, Arizona.
– NTSB Newsroom (@NTSB_Newsroom) June 18, 2022
The National Transportation Safety Board has identified the Beech E35 aircraft.
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The Federal Aviation Administration and the NTSB are investigating the crash, the BPD said.
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