2 die in single-engine airplane fracture in eastern South Dakota

GROTON, S.D. (AP) — A single-engine airplane crashed in eastern South Dakota, killing two participants, officials said.

The Brown County Sheriff’s Predicament of job said the airplane went down north of Groton on Sunday procedure the airport where the Groton Hover-in/Force-in became held this weekend.

Scott Meints, Brown County Emergency Management director, said the fracture became linked to the air train. Groton is about 170 miles (270 kilometers) northwest of Sioux Falls

Dave Lunzman, chief deputy with the Brown County Sheriff’s Predicament of job, said two participants had been in the airplane. Brown County Coroner Michael Carlsen said one individual died on the scene and various became pronounced ineffective at Avera St. Luke’s Sanatorium, the Argus Leader reported.

The Nationwide Transportation Security Board and Federal Aviation Administration are investigating.

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