A small plane crashed into the densely populated suburbs of San Diego, California. At least two people were killed and two more were injured. The plane caused significant material damage, informed the fire brigade.
A twin-engine Cessna C340 plane crashed into apartment houses in Santee, a suburb of San Diego, inhabited by approximately 50,000 people. The machine completely destroyed two houses and seriously damaged three. Several cars were burned, including a delivery truck – its driver was among the two fatalities of the crash.
At least two people died in a small plane crash near San Diego
As one of the witnesses said on NBC 7, the neighbors managed to get his mother and stepfather out of the burning house at the last minute. It is not clear where the plane took off from or how many people were on board. According to the firefighters, none of them had a chance to survive.
The fire department informed that as a result of this incident, at least two people were killed and two more were injured. Experts from the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Authority (NTSB) launched an investigation to determine the causes of the crash.
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