No Survivors After Small Plane Crash on Arizona Golf Course

Emergency services at the scene

A military plane carrying over 200 personnel crashed near Boufarik airport near Algerian capital Algiers.

Police in Scottsdale, Arizona, say authorities are working to identify the six people killed in the crash of a small plane on a golf course.

Police said no one on the ground was injured in the crash near Bell Road and 82nd Street, just north of Scottsdale Airport.

No identities for the victims were given.

Algerian state news agency said the Soviet-designed Il-76 plane was headed for Bechar in southwest Algeria.

Weather conditions at the time were mild, with soft winds and no precipitation.

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The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the accident.

None of the six people aboard the Piper PA-24 survived, the Federal Aviation Administration said.

Algeria's Ennahar television claimed that more than 100 people were on the airplane, citing unnamed sources. Emergency services converged on the area near the Boufarik military base after the crash.

There were no reported injuries on the ground, police said.

Versace King told the Arizona Republic he was helping his father load a truck near the airport and noticed the small plane take off.

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