A private jet has crashed into a building after taking off from Teterboro Airport in NJ, causing a three-alarm fire. Teterboro Airport, at just 12 miles away from Midtown Manhattan, is operated by the Port Authority of NY and NJ. It's one of the busiest small airports, catering to corporate executives from the NY and NJ area whose jets cannot be flown from JFK, Laguardia and Newark. Authorities are investigating the accident; details are scant and no casualties have been reported yet.
Teterboro Airport was originally a World War I airplane manufacturing site.