3 confirmed dead after 2 small planes collided, near Mckinney, FAA say

Wreckage of a small plane from a mid-air collision over Mc Kinney on Saturday

At least 3 people are confirmed dead after two small planes crashed mid-air, Saturday afternoon, spreading wreckage across two sites.

The Aero Country Airport does not have an air traffic control tower, and pilots are required to announce landings and takeoffs via radio, aviation officials said. The two planes collided near the Aero Country Airport. The witness added that the planes appeared to be flying low to the ground, according to WFAA-TV. Larry says the planes were banking a left turn when one of the aircrafts slammed into the other.

The incident was reported about 5:30 p.m.

Police are asking people to stay away from Custer and Virginia as they investigate.

This is a developing story and will be updated as information is released.

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