Authorities say a twin engine airplane crashed early Thursday in northern clinch county in south Georgia with two people on board.
A spokesman for the Georgia State Patrol says there were no survivors. Patrol communications officer Jeffery Studebaker says he was notified at 4 a.m. that the private plane had crashed.
Dispatchers in clinch county say the plane actually went down between 1:30 a.m. and 2 a.m.
The state patrol says the flight originated somewhere in Tennessee.
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