UPDATE: Voice recorder captures moments before deadly Texas plane crash (VIDEO)

JULY 2, 2019

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DALLAS (AP) — Seconds before a small plane crashed at a suburban Dallas airport, killing all 10 people on board, the crew commented on a problem with the left engine, federal officials said Tuesday.

The Beechcraft BE-350 King Air struggled to gain altitude before veering to the left and crashing into a hangar Sunday morning at the Addison Municipal Airport, killing a family of four, two couples and two crew members, witnesses and authorities said.

The article goes on to state the following:

A cockpit voice recorder captured the pilots’ apparent confusion as the plane headed down the runway, Bruce Landsberg, vice chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, said Tuesday at a news conference.

“Federal officials say the crew on a small plane commented on an engine problem seconds before the aircraft crashed at a Texas airport, killing 10 people,” the AP reported on Twitter.

“The flight crew of a twin-engine plane that crashed into a hangar shortly after taking off, killing all 10 aboard, discussed an engine problem just before the plane went down,” KWTX News 10 tweeted.

“Tom Costello NBC  reports now on what we know about the investigation into the plane crash in Dallas that left all 10 people on board dead

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