There are no survivors in the crash landing of a twin-jet Cessna Citation business jet that veered off the right side of the runway and crashed into a hangar after landing at Santa Monica Airport Sunday, according to various broadcast reports.
Capt. John Nevandro of the Santa Monica Fire Department told CNN that "it was an unsurvivable crash."
Few other details have been released in the aftermath of the crash, which happened about 6:20 p.m., according to Federal Aviation Authority spokesman Ian Gregor.
The number of people onboard was unknown, he said.
Fire from the impacted hangar spread to two adjacent hangars, but those blazes have been extinguished, Bridgette Lewis of the Santa Monica Fire Department said.
The plane took off from Hailey, Idaho, Gregor said.
Emergency personnel from the Santa Monica Fire Department were at the scene, authorities said.