SHELBY TWP. Mich. (WLNS) – The Michigan State Police are investigating a single-engine plane crash that left at least two people dead.

The crash occurred at around 6:15 p.m. Friday night near 102nd Ave. in Shelby Township in Oceana County.

There appear to be no survivors, the MSP said on social media, however the wreckage is still being searched.

Michigan State Police Sgt. Ben Bordner said the resident of the home called 911. The people in the plane were dead by the time emergency responders arrived.

“We think probably two (victims) but we don’t know how many at this point, unfortunately, based on how severe the crash is,” Bordner said.

“It appears that when the plane came down, it went through the trees and the plane broke apart pretty bad,” he added. “The plane and everything is scattered throughout the woods back there.”

It’s not yet clear what caused the crash. The Federal Aviation Administration was expected to have a crew at the scene Saturday to investigate. Bordner said troopers had not found the plane’s black box as of Friday evening, nor could he even confirm it had one.