Three people were killed when a Cessna 120 collided with a Piper PA-28, which was carrying two people.
The incident happened early Sunday morning when both planes were taking off from a small airport in Hamburg, headed to Saint Mary’s airport in Pennsylvania.
Both pilots were considered to be experienced and were part of a close-knit community of pilots, based out of Hamburg.
The cause of the crash is still unknown, but one witness believes that the high wings on both of the planes created a blind spot, which caused the crash.
The NTSB is currently investigating the crash.
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