- Associated Press - Monday, May 8, 2017

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - The Latest on a small plane crash in Northern California that killed two (all times local):

5 p.m.

Authorities have identified two men killed when their small plane crashed near Northern California’s Lake Berryessa.

The Napa County Sheriff’s Office says 55-year-old Jon Murray Karkow and 41-year-old Cagri Sever were killed Monday.

The office says both Karkow, who was piloting, and Sever worked for Icon Aircraft, which manufactured the single-engine plane they were flying.

The Sacramento Bee newspaper reports the plane was an amphibious sport plane that can land and take off on water (https://bit.ly/2qKyNa1). The crash was on land, however. Lake Berryessa is 80 miles (129 kilometers) northeast of San Francisco.

The office says the planes have been a common sight in the lake area.

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12:32 p.m.

Authorities say two people are dead in the crash of a small plane near Northern California’s Lake Berryessa.

The Napa County sheriff’s office says both occupants of the plane died in Monday’s crash.

The Sacramento Bee newspaper reports the plane was an amphibious sport plane that can land and take off on water (https://bit.ly/2qKyNa1). The crash was on land, however. Lake Berryessa is 80 miles (129 kilometers) northeast of San Francisco.

No details were immediately available on the two victims.


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