Plane explodes into fireball killing 10 people after crashing at airport

A plane crashed and exploded into a fireball at a Texas airport – killing 10 people.

Eight passengers, the pilot and the co-pilot died after the twin-engine Beechcraft aircraft took off the morning of June 30.

Dashcam video obtained by local media outlet WFAA captures the private passenger plane suddenly overturning in the air and crashing into the hangar at Addison Airport, triggering an explosion.

The first victims of the doomed plane crash have been named as Ornella Ellard, an interior designer who worked on Trump World Tower, her husband and their two children, Alice and Dylan Maritato.

The other victims included two couples, Steve, 58 and Gina Thelen, 57, and  John, 61, and Mary Titus, 60.

Pilot Howard Cassady, 71 and his 28-year-old co-pilot Matthew Palmer were killed in the crash as well.

The National Transportation Safety Board are still investigating the exact cause of the crash and has been looking into the voice recordings from the cockpit, videos of the crash and accounts from multiple witnesses, according to CBS News.

It's said one of the two crew members mentioned a problem with the aircraft's left engine seconds before the collision.

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