Four people were killed when an air ambulance crashed Friday evening in Elko, Nevada, a statement from the plane’s owners said. Air ambulance company American Medflight released a statement about the crash late Friday.

American Medflight “has confirmed the loss of three crew members and a patient in an air medical aircraft accident this evening,” the statement said.
“We are devastated by this event and wish we had answers to the many questions being asked at this time. We are cooperating fully with the National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration as they investigate the accident.”
No details about the crash or the crew members and patient who were aboard the aircraft were immediately available.
“Our priority at this time is to look after the well being of the affected family members and their co-workers and to be responsive to their needs. We ask the media and interested parties to be patient with the investigation process and honor the privacy of the family and friends of those who have lost their lives,” American Medflight’s statement said.