MOUNT DIABLO, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say a body has been found in the wreckage of a plane they believed crashed Fri­day night two miles south­west of the peak of Mount Diablo in Northern California.

Federal Aviation Ad­min­istration spokesman Ian Gregor says the sing­le-engine Mooney M20 crashed into the hillside in Contra Costa County.

Greg­or says the exact time of the plane crash has not been determined yet.

He says the aircraft burned after crashing.

California State Parks spokes­woman Gloria San­do­val says the body was found at the crash site and that the Contra Costa Coun­ty coroner’s office is at the scene.

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