A plane en route to Rome, New York for the nonprofit group Angel Flight, which transports sick patients to hospitals with the help of volunteer pilots, crashed in Ephratah, outside of Albany on Friday evening. One resident told the Associated Press, "We looked up and saw the plane flipping in the air. Then it fell apart. Parts and pieces of it were flying through the sky, and a body fell out." The FAA said that two passengers are dead and officials are still looking for the pilot; no one on board whom has yet been identified. There is also still no word on what might have caused the crash.