The twin-engine plane King Air crashed in the northern part of the Hawaiian Islands, the US state transport department reported on Twitter on Saturday, June 22.

The aircraft fell near Dillingham Airfield Airport. On board were nine people, none of them survived.

According to the local portal Hawaii News Now , when emergency services arrived at the crash site, the plane was completely engulfed in flames.

The cause of emergency is not yet known. It is also not clear when the accident occurred – during the take-off or landing of the aircraft. The investigation continues.

Earlier in June, during the airshow in Poland, the Yak-52 sports aircraft fell into the river . The pilot died on the spot.