A plane crashed into a family home Friday night near an airport in New Hampshire, killing every passenger on board.
The Federal Aviation Administration told CNN The Beechcraft Sierra plane crashed just north of Keene Dillant-Hopkins Airport just before 7 p.m. Friday.
Authorities in the town of Keene have yet to reveal how many people died in the fiery crash.
Police Captain Keene Steven Tenney held an onsite news conference around 10:30 p.m. Friday, saying they were still working to determine how many people were on the plane at the time of the crash.
“We didn’t find any survivors,” he said, according to Keene Sentinel.
Tenney said there were several people inside the building at the time, but none of them were injured. He said officials are unsure of what caused the crash but an investigation is underway.
Scott Gauthier, a resident of the building the plane crashed into, told Keene Sentinel that the multi-family mansion is home to 10 people in five different apartments. He said he was at home when “something fell and then the building shook.”
“It looked like something hit the parking lot in the back, and all I knew was my mom came up to check and started screaming, ‘Get out of the house.’ ‘ he told the newspaper.