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Amarillo bound flight from Lubbock Crashes

Three people were killed early this morning when single engine aircraft flying to Amarillo from Lubbock crashed outside of Amarillo.

Authorities have not released the names of the victims.

The FAA reported being in contact with the pilot before the plane dissappeared from radar.

Authorities say the Beechcraft crashed in foggy conditions, but it is not known if weather played a factor in the accident.

The plane is registered to an owner in Naples, Fla.

***Update – 48-year-old William Michael Capt, his wife, 48-year-old Robin Lea Capt, and their 19-year-old son, William Michael Capt II lost their lives in the crash. All three victims were from Canyon.

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