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Plane crash kills 2 in South Carolina

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CHESTER, S.C. — The wreckage of a plane crash that killed two people was found in South Carolina on Monday, WBTV reports.

Federal Aviation Administration officials confirmed to WBTV that the plane, an AA1 two-seat aircraft, was found 10 miles south of Chester, S.C., in a wooded area near S.C. 72.

Two people were killed in the wreck. Their identities have not been released.

The flight departed Wilmington on Friday and was destined for Clayton, Ga., the FAA said.

According to reports, a “concerned party” reported the aircraft missing on Sunday and a search began.

The cause of the crash has not been released by FAA officials.