Four people were killed when a small plane crashed on Sunday on the 30500 block of Briggs Road in Agua Dulce at around 11 a.m.
Approximately 20 firefighters responded to the scene of the crash, according to Joey Marron, Public Information Officer for the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
Fire officials confirmed that there were three crash victims dead on arrival. Firefighters performed CPR on the fourth, but was then pronounced dead shortly after.
Further details of the crash will be made available pending an investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board.
Records from the Federal Aviation Administration show that the plane was a Cirrus VK-30, fixed-wing single engine.
This is a breaking story, and will be updated as more details are released.