A small plane has crashed in South Dakota, killing nine people including two children, the US Air Traffic Controller (FAA) said.
It took off from an airport in Chamberlain but crashed at around 12:30 p.m. (1830 GMT) on Saturday.
The founders of health and wellness company Kyäni Inc., along with their father, were among the nine killed in a plane crash in Chamberlain, South Dakota, the company said Sunday. The survivors have been transported to Sioux Falls medical facilities for treatment.
Three people were reportedly injured.
Authorities have not identified the victims, but people in Idaho Falls mourned a family that one local business owner called "pillars in the community" in a post online.
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The Hansens have been actively involved in the Idaho Falls community. Local authorities are keeping the wreckage, and federal investigators are expected to arrive by Monday.
Family friends said the two businessmen were on a Thanksgiving hunting trip in South Dakota and were coming back home. They were not bright, but silent, important contributors.
A winter storm warning remains in effect in Brule County until midday Sunday, the National Weather Service said, potentially including blowing snow that 'could significantly reduce visibility'.
Photo of a Pilatus PC-12 single-engine plane courtesy of Pilatus Aircraft Ltd.