ANGWIN (CBS SF) – A single engine airplane crashed and caught fire in the community of Angwin in Napa County Friday morning, killing the pilot and two passengers, officials said.

According to the FAA, the pilot of a Beechcraft Bonanza missed the approach at Angwin Airport-Parrett Field around 8:40 a.m. The plane clipped trees and crashed south of the airport.

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“At this time I can confirm, tragically and sadly that all three on board are deceased,” said Napa County Sheriff Oscar Ortiz. As of Friday afternoon, their identities are pending further investigation and notification of next of kin.

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Following the crash the plane burst into flames. Cal Fire responded to the scene and were able to put out the fire, Ortiz said.

Scene of plane crash near the airport in Angwin on July 16, 2021. (CBS)

Scene of plane crash near the airport in Angwin on July 16, 2021. (CBS)

No additional details of the crash were immediately available.

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Along with deputies and firefighters the FAA and NTSB were at the scene Friday. An NTSB investigation is underway.