PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – A small plane crashed Friday morning in Broward County, resulting in two fatalities.

The crash occurred around 9 a.m. at an industrial park at 1781 S. Park Road in Pembroke Park.

Sky 10 was above the scene shortly before 9:30 a.m. as the plane was on its roof. The body of one person was visible toward the front of the plane, surrounded by debris.

BSO Sgt. Don Prichard said police, Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue and Hollywood Fire Rescue crews were dispatched to the scene.

The plane appeared to have struck a building in the area when it crashed, but Prichard said no one was inside the building at the time.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration registry, the plane is a twin-engine Aero Commander that is registered to Conquest Air. Inc. out of Miami Lakes.

Prichard said the plane had taken off in Pompano Beach and was heading to Opa-locka.

FAA spokesman Rick Breitenfeldt said the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the crash, with the NTSB taking the lead in the investigation.