Plane bursts into flames after crash landing with 21 on board in Texas

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Published on 19 Oct 2021, 19:35
The aircraft reportedly went down in the southeast corner of Waller County, Texas, near Houston Executive Airport, on Tuesday morning.

According to ABC13, the plane was registered under the name of J. Alan Kent, who is the corporate owner of Flair Builders, a Houston-based custom homebuilder.

The plane owner told the outlet that he and his friends were heading to Fenway Park in Boston for the Red Sox-Houston Astros ALCS Game 4 when the plane crashed as it was taking off.

The crash occurred shortly after 10am near Houston Executive Airport.

Per the Waller County Sheriff's Office, 21 people, including three crew members, were on board when the plane went down.

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