Five killed in fire after small plane crashes in Californian town

Five killed in fire after small plane crashes in Californian town

Five killed in fire after small plane crashes in Californian town

The small plane crashed into the Yorba Linda neighborhood residence Sunday afternoon killing the pilot and four other people inside the home, the Orange County Sheriff's Department said in a tweet late Sunday.

Clint Langford, another neighbor, recalled hearing a low rumbling sound right before the crash.

He said the deceased occupants of the home were two males and two females.

A two-storey house in the Yorba Linda neighbourhood was struck by part of the plane and burst into flames, causing panic throughout the community.

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In a video from the crash scene which was shot at about 3pm, one of the residences can be seen having been destroyed by the fire. Two other people were taken to hospital.

The injured people were said to have suffered burns, although their condition is unknown, according to ABC 7. It was not immediately known how many people were on board the plane, but the twin-engine Cessna 414A is capable of carrying up to 10 people.

A spokesman with the National Transportation Safety Board says the twin-engine Cessna 414A crashed shortly after taking off from a nearby airport.

Yorba Linda, about 30 miles southeast of Los Angeles, was covered with smoke and debris after the crash and subsequent fire, according to pictures and video posted online.

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