PALMER LAKE, Colo. (CBS4) — The coroner still hasn’t been able to identify the victims on board a small plane that crashed in El Paso County on Wednesday.

The crash happened near Palmer Lake with two people on board but no other details have been released.

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Witnesses said they heard a loud crash and saw the plane wreckage in flames near some train tracks. The fire spread to surrounding grass and burned about a quarter acre in size near homes before fire crews got it under control.

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Witnesses said it looked like pilot had lost control.

Investigators say the wreckage is so badly burned they cannot identify a tail number.

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