Chicagoland Plane Crash Kills 2

Authorities reported that two men on board a small airplane were killed when their airplane crashed Jan. 23 near Chicago.

The Kane County Sheriff's Department says that the plane took off from Aurora Municipal Airport just a few miles south of the crash site and was on its way to a small airport near Denver.

CNN reported that the plane hit the ground in the small town of Sugar Grove, breaking into small pieces upon impact and hitting part of a local resident's garage. None of the residents were injured.

The Associated Press reported that the cause of the accident remains unknown and both the National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration are conducting an investigation.

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