Federal investigators say selfies likely played a role in a small plane crash near Denver last year that killed two people.

CBS Denver reports that the National Transportation Safety Board released its report on the May 2014 crash in which two people were killed when the plane went down near the Front Range Airport in Watkins.

The NTSB says the plane’s occupants were taking what’s known as “selfies” on board. Selfies are pictures that are taken by a cellphone holder of themselves. The report says the cause of the crash may have been a case of distracted flying.

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