ADDISON (CBSDFW.COM) — Ten people are dead after a plane crash occurred shortly after takeoff this morning at the Addison Municipal Airport, the town of Addison confirmed.

A twin-engine Beechcraft BE-350 King Air crashed into a hangar at 9:11 a.m. Sunday morning. The flight was headed to St. Petersburg, Florida.

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The Beechcraft Super King Air 350 days before it crashed at Addison Municipal Airport June 30.

Officials said the plane was destroyed upon impact and fire.

Although the hangar was unoccupied, there were no survivors onboard the aircraft, Addison Public Communications Director Mary Rosenbleeth said.

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Names of aircraft occupants have not been released at this time.

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More information will be released Monday afternoon but a preliminary report of the crash could take up to two weeks, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a news conference Sunday evening.

Lead investigator Jennifer Rodi said many things will be under the NTSB’s investigation, including if the flight crew has worked together beforehand.

Witnesses of the crash are asked to send in photos and videos to witness@ntsb.gov.

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