At Least 2 Dead After Planes Collide At Northern California Airport

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At least two people were killed when two small planes collided at a Northern California airport on Thursday.

Officials say a twin-engine Cessna 340 and a single-engine Cessna 152 were trying to land at Watsonville Municipal Aiport when they crashed into each other about 200 meters in the air. Three people total were aboard the two aircraft, and officials confirmed that at least two were killed.

The crash also did some damage to an airport building.

For the latest updates, read the full report on ABC News.

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