Update Tuesday: According to WKRN-TV, close family members and friends are confirming that Glen and Elaine Mull, their daughter Amy Harter and her daughter Sami were on board the plane that crashed in Nashville on Monday. Sami was a student at Larned High School.
UPDATE 6:56 p.m.: NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) —A fire department spokeswoman says there don’t appear to be any survivors from a plane that crashed outside a YMCA in suburban Nashville, Tenn.
The Federal Aviation Administration says the flight plan listed four people on board.
Nashville fire department spokeswoman Kim Lawson says some cars near the YMCA were damaged from the crash that was reported around 5 p.m. Monday.
The FAA said in a statement that the plane is a Gulfstream 690C that departed from Great Bend Municipal Airport in Great Bend, and crashed 10 miles south of John C. Tune Airport in Nashville.
According to the flight-tracking website FlightAware, the plane traveled from Clarence E. Page Municipal Airport in Oklahoma City to Great Bend around midday before heading for Nashville.
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The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the crash of a small plane near Nashville, Tennessee on Monday.
Authorities say the flight originated from Great Bend Municipal Airport.
Centerline Aviation manages aircraft at the Great Bend Airport and told Hays Post they are working to get details before they could release information.
Officials in Nashville say four people were on board the plane and there are no survivors. Identities have not been released. Stay tuned to Eagle Radio and Check Hays Post for more information as it becomes available.