2 dead after small plane crash in Orange County

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ORANGE COUNTY, Va. – Virginia State Police confirm two people are dead after a plane crash in Orange County late Tuesday afternoon.

Police said the small plane crashed in the roadway along the 10000 block of Tinder Ln., near Mine Run.

Reports of the crash came in around 4:30 p.m. State police are on scene investigating the crash. The FAA and NTSB have been notified.

The FAA has identified the aircraft as an Jihlavan Airplanes SRO-KP5, according to NBC29. State Police said the plane is a fixed-wing, single-engine aircraft.

State police are working to confirm the identification of the victims and notifying next of kin.

This story is developing.

Google Map for coordinates 38.267917 by -77.857149.

10000 Tinder Ln, Rhoadesville, VA 22542

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