Search continues for missing plane over Lake Erie

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As the USA and Canadian Coast Guards continues to scour a two-mile area near Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland, fears are arising that the plane crash into Lake Erie. The passengers had reportedly attended a Cavaliers game and were headed to the Ohio State University Airport in Columbus, Ohio.

Dublin City Council and the City of Dublin are continuing to monitor the U.S. Coast Guard's search for the plane that disappeared over Lake Erie Thursday evening carrying Dublin residents - the Fleming family and their neighbors. Coast Guard official James Cox in Buffalo, New York, also said no emergency beacon had been detected.

The Cessna Citation 525 aircraft left Burke Lakefront Airport at 10:57 p.m. heading for Ohio State University in downtown Columbus.

The Coast Guard said that the tower was no longer receiving a radio signal from the plane.

A plane with three adults and three children is still missing, 12 hours after leaving a Cleveland airport.

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The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for a small aircraft that dropped off radar off the coast of Hawaii on Friday night.

The senior Mr. Fleming described his son as an "experienced pilot".

As we all await the results of the search and rescue efforts, our hearts are with John, his wife, their sons, and close friends on board, as well as with their loved ones and everyone in the Superior Beverage family.

A US Coast Guard helicopter and a Royal Canadian Air Force plane were used along with a Coast Guard ship from Detroit.

"There was some light snow in the area along with wind gusts between 30-40mph", said weather.com meteorologist Linda Lam.

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