FARMINGTON, Pa. (WJZ)—Two people have reportedly died after their plane, bound for Maryland, crashes in Pennsylvania, according to CBS Pittsburgh.

The crash happened in a wooded area near a golf course around 2:15 p.m.

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Officials said in a statement that a small twin-engine airplane was leaving Nemacolin’s airfield when it crashed after taking off from a residential area near the resort’s golf course.

CBS Pittsburgh cites two separate sources: one doesn’t confirmed injuries, another indicates two people have died, another hospitalized as a result of the crash.

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Fire officials say it sounded like the plane had engine malfunction.

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This is a developing story, check back for updates.

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