South Carolina officials are on the scene of a fiery plane crash Saturday where four California residents were killed.
Officials say the cause of the fiery Learjet crash has is still under investigation.
Critically injured in the crash is former Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and celebrity DJ AM.
Barker and DJ AM, whose real name is Adam Goldstein, were both taken to a burn center in Augusta.
Authorities say the pilot Sarah Lemmon of Anaheim Hills, California and co-pilot James Bland of Carlsbad died. Also killed were passengers 29-year old Chris Baker, of Studio City, and 25-year old Charles Still, of Los Angeles.
The plane departed shortly before midnight Friday.
Air traffic controllers report seeing some sparks in the area.
Investigators say the plane headed for Van Nuys, California went off a runway, through a fence and crashed on a nearby road.