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Four dead in Russellville plane crash

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click to enlarge NEAR CRASH SITE: In Russellvile. - KARK
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Fouir people are reported dead in the crash of a small plane on Crow Mountain in Russellville, KTHV is reporting. It apparently crashed into the yard of a home after taking off from the local airport. The single-engine Beechcraft burned after the crash.

NOTE: The death toll has been updated from an original post.

Identities of the victims have not been officially released, but local sources say they are a locally based pilot and three members of a Russellville family, 

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