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Four people have been confirmed dead after two planes collided over Southern California on Sunday, January 20.

The two planes collided into each other at around 3:35 PM a mile from the Corona Municipal Airport and north of the Riverside Freeway.

Debris rained down on car dealerships below in Riverside County about 45 miles southeast of Los Angeles, and television pictures showed that the wrecked fuselage of one of the planes landed atop a parked car.

It was not immediately known whether the four deceased were from the planes that collided or from people on the ground.

For more information on this subject, please refer to our section on Mass Transit Accidents.

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