Van’s Aircraft RV-6 Crashed in SANTA PAULA , 2 people Dead
Two people are dead after a fixed-wing, single-engine, experimental aircraft known as an Van’s Aircraft RV-6 goes down in Southern California city of Santa Paula and then burst into flames . The investigation into what went wrong is just getting started
The crash was reported around 2:11 p.m. Plane went down on a private property near south Mountain Road ,south of highway 126, 12th Street .
According to officials The two people aboard were pronounced dead on arrival when firefighters got to the scene, which is less than a mile from the Santa Paula Airport
The Federal Aviation Administration said the plane’s tail number comes back to an aircraft registered out of Palmdale, the Ventura County Star reported. The FAA listed it as a fixed-wing, single-engine, experimental aircraft known as an RV6A from Van’s Aircraft Inc. kit.