Published: Mon, February 04, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Two dead after small plane crashes in U.S. suburb, setting homes ablaze

Two dead after small plane crashes in U.S. suburb, setting homes ablaze

The home can be seen with scorch marks on its facade and broken windows, among other damage.

Two houses were involved in flames, fire officials told KTLA.

The injured people were said to have suffered burns, although their condition is unknown, according to ABC 7.

Authorities said that a Cessna 414A which had recently departed from nearby Fullerton Municipal Airport in Fullerton, California, crashed in Yorba Linda on Sunday afternoon, KTLA reported. The plane came to a stop on a backyard downhill from the burned house.

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The accident happened at about 2 p.m. PT on Sunday when the plane, a twin-engine Cessna 414A, went down in Yorba Linda, a city about 26 miles (42 kilometers) southeast of downtown Los Angeles.

No other information was immediately available. Two others were transported to a local hospital with injuries.

The video also shows what seems to be a small piece of wreckage from the plane burning in the street.

Photos and video posted online shows a house in the Southern California neighborhood ablaze with flames, and people running from the area.

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