A small plane has crashed in a residential U.S. neighbourhood, killing two people and igniting a fire that destroyed two houses.
"It's the eerie, low rumbling sound that keeps getting lower and louder".
"I come out... it's raining plane parts from the sky", Jared Bocachica told the affiliate station. The property where the fuselage ended up is about three houses down from the home that burned.
A two-story home caught fire when a large piece of the plane crashed into the roof and burst into flames, killing four occupants as well as the pilot, the only person in the plane. The fire spread to a SUV that was parked in the driveway.
Four or five houses were damaged by debris, he said.
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The Orange County Fire Authority said two people were killed and two others were taken to hospital, but it's unclear if they were on the plane or on the ground.
Another neighbor, Nancy Mehl, 65, told the Los Angeles Times that "it felt like a bomb went off through the front of the house". "It shook our house", said John Wolbart, who lives a block away.
Firefighters respond to the scene of a plane crash at a home in Yorba Linda, Calif., Feb. 3, 2019.
The crash occurred in Yorba Linda, according to the Orange County Fire Authority.
"It may take up to one year to get a full report into the cause of the deadly crash", according to ABC7. The images show different parts of the plane strewn across the neighborhood.