COAST GUARD crews are currently searching for up to four passengers in the Atlantic Ocean after a small plane reportedly crashed into a Florida beach inlet.
Officials says reports indicate a small plane crashed into one mile from the Boynton Beach Inlet and began sinking at around 8PM on Sunday.
With a rescue mission underway immediately, crews have not been able to find the plane as of 9:30 PM Sunday.
A Coast Guard helicopter, small boat and a cutter are in the area conducting the search and rescue missioni.
Officials said the plane is a Piper 28 and can seat up to four people, but it is unknown how many people were in the plane, or where it had taken off from.
Several fire and police agencies have responded to the rescue mission.
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