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No survivors found after plane that sparked fighter jet chase over D.C. crashes in Virginia

  • A Cessna Citation jet carrying four people, including a toddler, crashed in mountainous terrain in southwest Virginia after flying through restricted airspace and prompting F-16 fighter jets to pursue it at supersonic speeds. The pilot was unresponsive and no survivors were found at the crash site.
  • The plane was registered to Encore Motors of Melbourne Inc., a company based in Florida, and was headed to Long Island MacArthur Airport in New York from Elizabethton Municipal Airport in Elizabethton, Tenn. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the incident.
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