- At least two people were killed on Sunday after a small plane crashed in a suburban neighborhood in Yorba Linda, California.
- The plane was a Cessna 414A and crashed shortly after departing the Fullerton Municipal Airport, the Orange County Register reported.
- It’s unclear what caused the crash, or whether the victims were passengers of the plane or residents of the home.
At least two people were killed and another two were hospitalized after a small plane crashed into a suburban neighborhood in Yorba Linda, California, and set a home ablaze, theOrange County Fire Authority said Sunday.
It’s unclear whether those killed and injured were passengers in the plane, or residents of the home,the Orange County Register reported.
The plane was a Cessna 414A, Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Allen Kenitzer told the newspaper. It crashed shortly after departing the Fullerton Municipal Airport, though it’s unclear why.
Witnesses took to social media Sunday afternoon to share photos and videos of the flames engulfing the homes, emitting thick, black smoke.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
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