Four killed as unresponsive plane crashes in US, military jet trigger sonic boom during chase
An unresponsive business plane prompted the US military to scramble a fighter jet on Sunday, triggering a sonic boom across Washington. The wayward aircraft eventually crashed in Virginia, killing all four occupants.
A business plane flew over Washington on Sunday afternoon - prompting the US military to scramble a fighter jet - before crashing in Virginia. F-16s had chased the aircraft at high speed and triggered a sonic boom across the nation's capital, startling residents and rattling windows and walls for miles. Four people were killed in the incident and US officials have confirmed that there were no survivors.