NEW DELHI (AFP) - A small plane crashed into a residential area near the Indian capital New Delhi late Wednesday, killing nine people, local police said. The single-propeller aircraft went down in Faridabad, a town on the outskirts of New Delhi, damaging several houses and sparking a fire. We have so far removed nine bodies, seven of them seem to be from the plane and two on the ground, deputy police chief in Faridabad Praveen Mehta told AFP. NDTV said the plane was travelling from the eastern city of Patna to New Delhi carrying a patient in a critical condition to a private hospital in the capital. It also said seven people were on the plane when it crashed, but it put the total deathtoll at 10, including three victims on the ground.