The plane departed Scottsdale Airport and crashed soon afterward at the TPC Scottsdale Champions Course, just north of the airport, the Scottsdale Police Department said.
According to Scottsdale PD, the flight originated from the Scottsdale airport and crashed shortly after takeoff.
Algerian state radio says more than 100 people have been killed in a military plane crash southwest of the capital. National Transportation Safety Board investigators were at the site in Scottsdale Tuesday examining the burned wreckage.
Victims in a horrific plane crash late Monday night in Scottsdale were planning to fly to Vegas to party with friends, social media accounts show.
TPC Scottsdale is the annual site of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, which wrapped up February 4.
Body found in ocean near site of Hart family crash
Three days before the crash, neighbors had called Child Protective Services after two disturbing encounters with the children. Family and friends of the Harts told detectives the family traveled together and was rarely apart, the sheriff's office said.
Kenitzer said the plane caught fire after takeoff from Scottsdale Airport, but it's still unclear what caused the fire. Nobody on the ground was hurt.
The group was heading to Las Vegas on Monday night before crashing on the TPC Champions Golf Course.
SPD reports that the NTSB is leading the investigation.
Initial information from the scene indicated five people were on board, he said.
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