Small Plane Crash Called "Unsurvivable"

There was a small plane crash that officials are calling "unsurvivable."

A business jet erupted in flames when it crashed into a hanger at the Santa Monica Airport in California. Authorities say no one on board survived the crash Sunday.

It's not immediately clear how many passengers were on the plane. An F-A-A spokesman says the aircraft ran off the right side of the runway after landing.

The subsequent fire kept crews out of the hanger for more than 2 hours after the crash. The plane is a twin-engine "Cessna Citation" which can carry from 7 to 9 passengers.