UPDATE: FAA confirms a crop duster crashed near the Hollis Airport

The FAA and the Hollis Police department say a plane has crashed at the Hollis Municipal Airport in far western Oklahoma.
The aircraft was a crop duster and the FAA said it crashed in a field 300 feet south of the runway and was destroyed in the resulting fire. 
One person died in the crash. The identity of the person has not been released. 

HOLLIS, Ok (KSWO) - FAA investigators are en route to the crash site. The NTSB has been notified and will be conducting an investigation into the crash.

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