Victims identified in Massachusetts plane crash

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Plainville, Mass. -- The pilot who crashed a plane into a home in Massachusetts Sunday has been identified as a doctor from Tennessee.

Air traffic controllers say Dr. Joseph Kalister called to them minutes before the crash. He reported he had no engine power.

Controllers suggested he land on a nearby highway, but it was too late. The plane hit a home and burst into flames.

Kalister had stopped to refuel the plane at Lancaster Airport.

He was headed to Norwood, Massachusetts, with his wife and daughter.

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