A memorial service has been held in Las Vegas for one of the six people killed in the fiery crash of a small plane in Scottsdale, Arizona. No one else was found inside the plane.
Fire crews immediately responded, but faced challenges getting to the two-engine aircraft, which crashed into an open area just off Sugar Hollow Road.
Sgt. Orlando Moreno with Texas Department of Public Safety said that the fire that started from the crash didn't spread because it wasn't very windy Sunday morning. "So, they had to kind of make their own roads as you can see there's a lot of woods and brush here to get to it".
Members of the Virginia State Police, National Transportation Security Board (NTSB), and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are conducting a preliminary investigation.
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