Six people died when a twin-engine plane crashed in Texas on Monday morning, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reported.
As it was specified, a Beechcraft BE58 was getting ready to land at Kerrville Municipal Airport when the accident took place.
The FAA also said that wreckage was found about six miles northwest of the airport. The flight had departed from West Houston Airport outside Houston.
According to the FAA, its investigators are headed to the site and the National Transportation Safety Board will be in charge of the probe.
This is the second accident involving a small plane in Texas over the past two days. On Sunday two people died when a single-engine aircraft crashed at the Shirley Williams Airport in Kingsland.