A cargo plane has crashed on approach to an airport in Ohio.
The aircraft hit multiple unoccupied vehicles at a car repair shop just east of the Toledo Express Airport at 2:37am (local time), then burst into flames.
Two people were on board. It is unclear if they survived the crash.
"The aircraft struck multiple unoccupied vehicles on the ground and a significant fire resulted from that impact," Port Authority airport manager Jim Rotterdam told reporters. "Because of those vehicles, there was a very significant fire."
It's not clear yet if the pilot made a distress call, Fox News reported.
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A search of the scene is underway.
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