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UPDATE: Mangum Plane Crash

MANGUM, Okla._

Suspected engine problems suspected in Saturday's deadly plane crash that killed three near Mangum.

Emergency responders were called just five miles west of Highway 34, outside of Mangum, around 5:30 p.m. Saturday after witnesses reported seeing the Beechcraft Baron Aircraft suddenly crash into an open pasture that killed all three aboard.

The victims were identified as the 53-year-old pilot, Stephen Scott, of Mangum, and two passengers: 45-year-old John Hall and 20-year-old Edi Ortega, both of Altus.

The Federal Aviation Administration will continue their investigation. No immediate cause was been given for the crash, OHP said a witness told troopers the twin engine plane sounded like it was malfunctioning moments before it crashed.

It is unknown where the flight had originated or where it was headed.

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