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2 Reportedly Killed After Plane Bound For Md. Crashes

FARMINGTON, Pa. (WJZ)—Two people have reportedly died after their plane, bound for Maryland, crashes in Pennsylvania, according to CBS Pittsburgh.

The crash happened in a wooded area near a golf course around 2:15 p.m.

Officials said in a statement that a small twin-engine airplane was leaving Nemacolin's airfield when it crashed after taking off from a residential area near the resort's golf course.

CBS Pittsburgh cites two separate sources: one doesn't confirmed injuries, another indicates two people have died, another hospitalized as a result of the crash.

Fire officials say it sounded like the plane had engine malfunction.

READ MORE: Fayette Co. 911: 2 Dead In Plane Crash Near Nemacolin Resort

This is a developing story, check back for updates.

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