UPDATE: Zach Rainey, 47, has been identified by his family as one of the victims killed. The family added that Rainey was traveling with his flight instructor at the time of the crash.

LAS VEGAS (KLAS)– A crash involving two planes at the North Las Vegas Airport left four people dead, the Clark County Department of Aviation said Sunday.

The crash involved two small planes. A statement from the department read: “There were no survivors.”

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, a PIPER PA-46 collided with a Cessna 172, both single-engine planes, while preparing to land. The Piper crashed into a field east of the runway, and the Cessna fell into a water retention pond.

The agency said each aircraft had two people aboard.

Both the Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating this crash.

The crash happened around noon on Sunday.

A spokesman for Airwork flight school released the following statement regarding the crash.

Yesterday was a very sad day for the Airwork family.  Thank you to everyone who has reached out to us yesterday and today.  Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of those involved in yesterdays terrible accident.  This world lost some great people & aviators.  We are currently cooperating with the FAA and NTSB to help them with their investigation.  At this time, please refer any and all questions to the NTSB and FAA, as we will patiently wait for them to conduct the investigation and wait for them to issue a preliminary report of what may have caused this horrible tragedy.

Matthew Binner, President, Airwork Las Vegas