Just one day after Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crashed at San Francisco National Airport, the NTSB is investigating another devastating plane crash.
All 10 people on board were killed when a seaplane crashed at a small airport in Alaska at Soldotna Airport on Sunday. The plane went up in flames.
“It's too early to know what caused the plane's crash here,” Rene Marsh reports from CNN’s Washington Bureau. "What’s known is that this particular aircraft is classified as an air taxi."
A briefing is expected from the NTSB shortly.
Follow along at CNN.com as the story develops.