During Nevada’s Reno Air Races, a terrible plane collision claimed the lives of two pilots.

Authorities in Reno reported that two pilots perished after their aircraft crashed on landing during an air racing competition on Sunday.

The collision occurred around 2:15 p.m. on Sunday at the conclusion of the T-6 Gold race, according to officials with the Reno Air Racing Association.

The names of the deceased pilots were not immediately made public, nor were any more details available.

The board of directors of the association and the president of the T-6 class said they were working to inform the loved ones of the deceased pilots about the incident, which happened on the last day of the National Championship Air Races in Reno.

There were no additional recorded injuries, according to the authorities.

According to officials, the National Transportation Safety Board, the Federal Aviation Administration, and local law enforcement are working together to determine what caused the crash.

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