Two planes collided and later crashed just north of Phoenix, Ariz. on Friday. Breaking reports confirm that all four passengers in both of the small planes have died. The incident happened approximately 15 miles northwest of Deer Valley Airport.

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The Federal Aviation Administration, or FAA, received reports of the downed planes around 10 a.m. Mountain Standard Time (Arizona does not follow Daylight Savings Time), off New River Road north of AZ-74, the Carefree Highway.

Fire department officials from nearby Phoenix arrived to find four people dead following the crash. One airplane was completely destroyed while the second, a Piper Archer aircraft was reportedly still in decent condition.

The airplane collision is currently under further investigation by the FAA and the NTSB.