Three people reportedly died after two small airplanes collided in midair near Denver on Saturday, the reason for the crash remains unknown
The plane was known to have contained four-seater Cessna 172 and the Sonex Xenos, a light, aluminum, homebuilt aircraft that can seat two.
They had gut each other on a bright morning, where one of the planes crashed in a field, the other in a stand of trees, near Vance Brand Airport in Longmont, Colorado, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) north of Denver. Two people were found dead in one wreckage, and one person in the other, the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office said.
The reason for the crash remains unknown but The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating.