Six were killed in Maryland on Monday morning as a result of a small plane crash, according to the Washington Post. The plane, an Embraer EMB-500/Phenom 100, was travelling from North Carolina when it crashed into Gaithersburg, Maryland neighborhood. One home received most of the impact; the residents, a mother and her 6-week-old and 3-year-old sons, were killed. The pilot and two passengers also died in the crash. The preliminary investigation has indicated that there was no engine failure and the plane did not break apart until the crash, but the ruling of the exact cause will likely take more time.

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