7 KILLED IN PLANE CRASH, PLANE HEADED TOWARDS SOUTH JERSEY

Seven people are dead following the crash of a private jet in Massachusetts Saturday night.  Authorities say the private jet was headed for the Atlantic City International Airport when it caught fire and crashed after leaving Hanscom Field.  The Federal Aviation Administration says the jet ran off the runway around 9:40pm on Saturday when it caught on fire.  So far, no details on what caused the plane to catch fire.  One of the deceased has been identified as Lewis Katz, the co-owner of the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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