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Deadly small plane crash in Oklahoma City--UPDATE--

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kb4tez:
https://www.koco.com/article/crews-responding-to-plane-crash-at-sundance-airpark/26860496

 One person is dead and another is critically injured after a small plane crash off the runway at Sundance Airport in Oklahoma City, according to KWTV
YUKON, Okla. —
A man has died and a woman is in critical condition after a plane crash on Monday at Sundance Airport in Yukon, according to Oklahoma City fire officials.

Around 3:40 p.m., a twin-engine Westwind jet crashed while landing at Sundance Airport, Federal Aviation Administration officials said. Two people were on the plane; a man has been pronounced dead.FAA investigators are heading to the Yukon airport, and the National Transportation Safety Board has been notified. Officials with the NTSB will be in charge of the investigation, according to the FAA.

kb4tez:
seemed normal, haven't had any luck with any audio as of yet
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N4MH

RonR:
Sundance Airport does not appear to be covered by LiveATC yet so no audio is available.

kb4tez:
yea, was trying to find something out of OKC, but didnt' look like and issues in the air until Sundance.

RonR:
I found a short audio segment from this flight on the KOKC Approach feed (124.6).  They check in at 6000 feet, are given a few traffic advisories and a few minutes later are told to "Squawk 1200, frequency change approved".  No hint of any trouble at that point.  No other audio is available after that.

Ron

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