Plane Crash on Arizona Golf Course Kills 6

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Plane Crash on Arizona Golf Course Kills 6

Six people have died after a small plane crashed at a golf course in Arizona, according to police. It did not identify the dead.

The Algerian state radio has stated that more than 100 people have been killed in the plane crash.

The plane crashed on the TPC Scottsdale Champions Golf Course near Bell and North Hayden Roads in Scottsdale, Ariz.

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The plane went down at the TPC Scottsdale golf course, Scottsdale police told KNXV.

The incident occurred around 8 a.m. local time (3 a.m. EDT), when the aircraft, which was transporting troops, crashed.

Watts said the plane had just taken off from the Scottsdale Airport, but no information was immediately available on its planned destination.

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More than 100 military personnel were on board the plane when it came down near Boufarik airport, local channel Ennahar TV reported. The tour's Phoenix Open is held annually at TPC Scottsdale's Stadium Course, near the Champions Course.

The plane was a Piper PA-24 Comanche, which can carry a maximum of six people.

The FAA said no one on the ground was hit. No injuries have been reported as of yet on the ground.

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Photo A flight crew at Scottsdale Airport in Arizona in 2013.

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