From KOTV (News on 6) in Tulsa:
TULSA, OK – Five people were pronounced dead at the scene of a small passenger plane crash that took place at about 10:40 a.m. Saturday. The plane crashed into Chandler Park in west Tulsa, killing three men and two women according to EMSA reports.
The plane apparently hit a cable before it crashed, according to an on scene report. Witnesses heard a loud noise - a big pop - and then the plane crashed into the field.
After tumbling into the field, the small plane broke into several pieces and caught fire. Two victims were ejected, and three were left in the plane, according to witness accounts.
The plane was headed to Dallas and left Jones Riverside Airport just after 10:30 a.m., according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol spokesman George Brown. The plane was a single-engine, six-seater passenger plane.
EMSA pronounced five people dead at the scene: three men and two females. Ages are thought to range from teens to 50s. The two younger people were female.
A witness at the park ran up to the plane and told authorities that five people were killed in the accident.
Chandler Park is located at 6500 W. 21st St. The plane is believed to have crashed at the back of the park near a maintenance building.
The crash is under investigation by Oklahoma Highway Patrol. Tulsa police and fire and Berryhill fire are on the scene.
What is sad is that my wife and I took our son to watch the airplanes at RVS and this one was the first to take off when we got there. About 30 minutes later, we saw the Channel 6 and 8 helicopters take off from RVS, both heading in the same direction.