A small plane heading to North Carolina crashed in North Myrtle Beach, and authorities have confirmed at least one dead, so far. The Federal Aviation Administration has found one body in a mobile home park in North Myrtle Beach, but they continue to look for others. The small plane is said to have had three on board during the time of the crash, but that has not been confirmed. The FAA says there were no survivors in the aircraft. The plane departed out of the Grand Strand Regional Airport at 9 p.m. Wednesday night and was heading for Concord, North Carolina.
The AP reports records show the Piper PA-28 was registered to Robert O’Neale III of Concord. When authorities tried to reach O’Neale by phone, there was no answer. Two people at the home were taken to Grand Strand Regional Medical Center.