A plane crashed into Arizona’s Superstition Mountain on Wednesday evening, according to the Pinal County sheriff’s office. The plane—authorities said they think it was a twin-engine aircraft—reportedly hit the mountain near Phoenix and created a fire seen from miles away. The sheriff's office said that three adults and three children were in teh plane. The top of the mountain, where the plane is said to have hit, is 4,500 feet high. Witnesses also say the plane is not a commercial airliner.