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Small plane carrying 5 people crashes in New York: officials

A single-engine plane crashed near Sidney, New York, on Sunday afternoon after departing from Albert S. Nader Regional Airport in Oneonta, New York.

A small plane crashed near Sidney, New York, on Sunday afternoon, according to transportation officials.

The single-engine Piper PA-46 crashed at about 2 p.m. Sunday in Delaware County after taking off from Albert S. Nader Regional Airport in Oneonta, New York, the Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement.

Five people were on the plane when it crashed, according to the FAA. Their conditions are unclear as of late Sunday night.


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Details surrounding what led to the crash were not immediately available.

The FAA is assisting the National Transportation Safety Board with the investigation.

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