- The small plane crashed into a home near Poughkeepsie in upstate New York
- NTSB says three men were on the plane – one died and two were injured
- One of the three people in the home at the time was killed and another is missing New York state police say a plane crashed into a home near Poughkeepsie, setting a massive fire and killing one resident and one person on the aircraft.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating why the Cessna 303 plunged Sunday afternoon in Union Vale, 15 miles southeast of Poughkeepsie.
State police spokesman Steven Nevel says three men were on the plane; one died, two were injured.