The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has dispatched an investigation team to Austin, Texas after a small plane crashed into an office building.
The crash, which occurred just before 10:00 am CST, caused a large fire in an office building just north of downtown Austin.
According to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), a Piper Cherokee PA28 was involved in the accident. The aircraft departed from Georgetown Municipal airport north of Austin, which is 33km (20.5 miles) northeast of the crash site, around 9:40 CST.
Officials say injuries were sustained by those in the building and one person remains unaccounted for, not including the pilot who was killed in the crash.