San Diego Plane Crash

A federal investigator says the death toll in Sunday's Midar collision in Southern California has risen to five.
A national transportation safety board investigator says four people were aboard a twin engine jet that collided with a single engine Cessna 172.
The jet was leased by military contractor BAE Systems, which said in a statement that its employees jet was leased by military contractor BAE Systems, 
which said in a statement that its employees were aboard the aircraft,
The pilot of the Cessna, who was also killed in the crash was allegedly on a cross-country trip.
Both planes were approaching Brown Field Municipal Airport in San Diego County when they collided.

The planes caught fire when they hit the ground and broke apart. First respondents said the wreckage was scattered across a quarter mile area.