Published: Wed, April 11, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

Dead After Small Plane Catches Fire, Crashes at Arizona Golf Course

Dead After Small Plane Catches Fire, Crashes at Arizona Golf Course

Update: 4:45 a.m. EDT - According to local reports, all the over 100 troops onboard the military plane which crashes near an airport in Boufarik, Algeria, are dead.

Scottsdale police confirmed the aircraft crashed on the Champions golf course.

An aircraft caught fire after it went down near Bell and Hayden roads in Scottsdale Monday night. The crash left fiery wreckage on the course, video from CNN affiliate KXNV showed.

A total of 257 people died in the crash, state TV reported. Further information on the occupants was unavailable.

At least 181 passengers have been reported killed, after a military plane crashed near the Boufarik airbase outside the Algerian capital, Algiers, according to the local Ennahar television station.

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The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating. Piper Comanche 260 Can't wait to take this bad boy up and around for some adventures Whoohoo 6 seats. He said emergency crews were on the scene several minutes later.

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

The TPC Scottsdale is one of a string of Tournament Players Clubs licensed by the PGA Tour.

The Champions course was closed Tuesday for the investigation, but the TPC Stadium Course, where the popular annual Waste Management Phoenix Open is held, was open for play, TPC administrator Taylor Farley said.

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