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Food processing plant fire – Chaos spreads at the General Mills factory in Covington following today’s plane crash in Georgia

A plane crashed into a General Mills plant in Covington, Georgia on Thursday evening.

The Federal Aviation Administration reported that a Unidentified light aircraft crashed within one mile of the runway at Covington Municipal Airport.

Six tractor units were damaged in the impact.

Local officials said in a press conference that there were no survivors of the crash; However, it remains unclear how many victims there are.

The National Transportation Safety Board is currently investigating the cause of the crash

Read our Plane Crash live blog for the latest news and updates…

  • Did anyone survive on the plane?

    There was supposedly no survivors in the crash but it has yet to be confirmed at this time.

    Covington Police Captain Ken Malcolm said authorities weren’t sure how many passengers were on the plane, but it was unlikely there were any survivors.

  • No employees injured

    A General Mills spokesman confirmed to CBS that no employees were injured in today’s plane crash.

  • Was there a plane crash today?

    Witnesses say a twin-engine Cessna appeared to have traveled northeast but was having trouble gaining altitude.

    Unusual noises are also said to have come from the engine.

    Covington Police Captain Ken Malcolm said the plane had just turned around coming straight down in a remote area of the factory where the articulated lorries were stored.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/18337149/general-mills-covington-georgia-fire-plane-crash-live/ Food processing plant fire – Chaos spreads at the General Mills factory in Covington following today’s plane crash in Georgia

Bobby Allyn

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