FALMOUTH, Mass. (AP) — Police have identified a 23-year-old from Connecticut as the man killed this weekend when a small plane crashed on Cape Cod.

Police said Monday that Aaron Mentkowski of Wallingford, Conn., died after the plane crashed for unknown reasons with two other Connecticut residents on board.

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Police said 54-year-old Dianne Palmeri and 55-year-old Albert Rossini, both of Guilford, Conn., were being treated at Boston hospitals Monday for life-threatening burn injuries. Fire officials say the couple was learning to fly.

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Officials said the plane took off Saturday from Tweed-New Haven Airport in Connecticut and crashed while attempting to land at Falmouth Air Park.

National Transportation Safety Board investigators arrived at the scene Sunday. A spokesman said Monday that the board won’t issue a probable cause of the crash for at least a year.

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