PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- Four men died Thursday after their plane crashed in Martin County about 50 miles outside of West Palm Beach, Fla., city officials said.
Officials said they got a call regarding a small plane wreck at about 9 a.m. Investigators discovered the Cessna Skyhawk upside down in Martin County Ranches approximately 15 miles from Interstate 95, WPBF-TV, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. reported.
Firemen said all four individuals were discovered inside the aircraft, which took off from Palm Beach County's Lantana Airport, and all had died in the wreck.
The Kemper Aviation-owned and operated plane marks the company's third deadly plane wreck in five months, WPBF reported. Kemper Aviation is a flying educational institution that flies planes from the Lantana Airport.
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