A plane has crashed into the stands at an Air Race in Reno.

There have been 10 confirmed fatalities and dozens of people were injured because of the crash.

FOX40 has learned that the pilot of the plane, known as the "Galloping Ghost," was 74-year-old Jimmy Leeward. Leeward is one of the confirmed dead. Leeward had been a pilot since he was 14 years old.

The Federal Aviation Administration says they were contacted about a P51 Mustang that crashed near the grand stand at the Reno Air Races. According to video shot and posted on YouTube, the plane appears to crash next to the grand stands, instead of directly into them.

CNN is reporting that the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are on the scene.

Witnesses on the scene say the crash may have been caused by mechanical or human error.

The Air Show is the same group of planes that was in Sacramento last weekend. However, an Air Show representative confirmed that the plane that crashed Friday afternoon around 4 p.m. was not part of the Sacramento show.

All planes at the show have been grounded and the rest of this year's event has been canceled.

The NTSB has taken over the investigation of the crash. All flights, in and outbound, at Reno Stead Airport have been canceled.

FOX40.com will have more information as it becomes available.