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Santa Monica Airport crash

Workers prepare to use cranes to extract a twin-engine Cessna Citation 525A aircraft from inside a collapsed hangar which it slammed into, bursting into flames, after it touched down last night, in Santa Monica, California, September 30, 2013. At least three people, including a wealthy California construction executive, were believed killed in the fiery crash-landing of the small jet at Santa Monica airport after a flight from Idaho's Sun Valley resort area, officials said on Monday. (REUTERS/David McNew)

Santa Monica Airport crash

September 30, 2013

Four bodies were found inside the burned wreckage of a private jet that crashed into a hangar while landing during the weekend, a coroner's official said Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013.

A crew was working to remove the remains from the aircraft at Santa Monica Airport, said Betsy Magdaleno, an investigator with the Los Angeles County coroner's office. (Associated Press)