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The National Transportation Safety Board is sending a team of four to investigate the crash of a Beechcraft King Air in Mount Airy, North Carolina.
At about 11:30 a.m. EST today, a twin-engine turboprop (N57WR) on a business flight from Polk County, Georgia, to Mount Airy, North Carolina, crashed in a residential area. All six occupants of the airplane were fatally injured. There were no reports of injuries on the ground.
Todd Gunther is the Investigator-in-Charge. Information regarding the investigation will be released from the accident scene in Mount Airy. The team is expected to arrive on-scene this evening.
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