Three folks, together with a married couple, have been killed on Saturday after a airplane crashed in North Mississippi, officers mentioned.

Co-pilot Tommy Nix and his spouse, Merline Nix, of Belmont, and co-pilot Jarrod Holloway, of Booneville, have been recognized by Union County Sheriff Jimmy Edwards as those that died within the crash.

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The Rockwell Sabreliner 65 plane during which they have been flying crashed round 10 p.m. between New Albany and Blue Springs, a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) spokesperson informed The Related Press.

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DEATH TOLL FROM TORNADOES, SEVERE STORMS IN SOUTH RISES TO 8

It was not instantly clear why the airplane, which was headed to Alabama’s Marion County-Rankin Fite Airport from College-Oxford Airport in Mississippi, crashed.

The state and the southern U.S. noticed extreme storms over the weekend, which included tornadoes and flooding that left eight folks lifeless.

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Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant declared a state of emergency on Sunday following the highly effective climate.

The FAA spokesperson mentioned each the company and the Nationwide Transportation Security Board would examine the crash.

The Related Press contributed to this report.

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