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Plane crashes in hangar in Chino, Calif. Photo: KTLA

Plane crashes in hangar in Chino, Calif. Photo: KTLA

CHINO, Calif. (KTLA) — A plane crashed into a hangar at the Chino Airport Thursday.

The FAA said the Challenger jet hit the hangar while undergoing maintenance, KTLA in Los Angeles reported.

“The plane was chalked on the ramp area while undergoing an engine run-up test. At some point, the plane jumped the chalks and ran into the hangar.

There were three mechanics on the plane, but none was injured, the plane was not intended for flight,” FAA spokesman Ian Gregor said in a statement.

The jet was registered to Grady International Inc. in Irvine.

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