Three people have died after a small plane travelling from Pembroke to Charlottetown Airport crashed in Greenville, Maine.
The names of the victims and where they are from were not immediately available, said Greenville Police Chief Jeff Pomerleau in a 3 p.m. news conference near the scene.
Jesse Crandall says witnesses saw the airplane pass over Greenville Municipal Airport, bank sharply and then descend suddenly to the ground on the approach to the runway. Several state troopers were sent to assist Greenville police in the crash investigation, he said.
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A spokeswoman for the Pembroke airport said the flight was one of two that departed around 9 a.m. on Monday morning, but had no information about the nationality of the three on board or the nature of the flight. A cause was not immediately determined.
Pomerleau said his department received a phone call from the Federal Aviation Administration around 10:45 a.m. Monday warning of a plane in distress and possibly headed to the Greenville airport.
Greenville is a town of about 1,600 people located about 150 miles (241 kilometers) north of Portland, in a rural part of the state's interior near Moosehead Lake. It was bound for Charlottetown Airport, which is on the island province of Prince Edward Island in Atlantic Canada.