Two Dead in Detroit Plane Crash; Cause Under Investigation

The feds still don’t have a cause for a plane crash in a Detroit neighborhood.

It killed the pilot and a passenger.

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash.

The plane was cleared to land Sunday when the pilot reported his landing gear was not extended.

They say the pilot was circling back to the airport when he told the control tower he was either low on fuel or out.

The plane then hit trees and a power line before catching fire.

A 17-year-old boy was seen stumbling out of the wreckage.

The agency says he’s in critical condition.

A man working near the crash says some bystanders wasted no time helping the victims.

The NTSB says the Cessna fueled up Sunday afternoon in Arkansas.

They won’t release names until the families have been notified.