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Seven people aboard a vintage World War II plane were killed Wednesday when it crashed shortly after takeoff, erupting into flames at Bradley International Airport, just outside of Hartford, Connecticut, authorities said.
State Police Commissioner James Rovella told reporters at an evening news conference that the families of all but three of the victims had been contacted.
Taken moments after the B-17 crashed at Bradley Airport, killing at least 5 people. [Video courtesy of Mike G.] Stay with Ch. 3 right now on air, the app as we continue to learn more: https://t.co/UzuIe5KVXs pic.twitter.com/EHGUO75V4e
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