Planes Collide in Upstate New York, Killing Two
According to reports from various news outlets, two small, single-engine planes collided this afternoon above a wooded area in upstate New York approximately 70 miles north of New York City. Two people were killed and one is critically injured -- identities of the three have not been confirmed. Both planes, Pipers, are registered to New Jersey men. According to a report from the Times Herald-Record of Middletown, "one plane burst into flames," and there is substantial wreckage. [NBC NY, NYP]
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