Five killed after parts of plane hit house in California

Hugh Fox
February 4, 2019

A Cessna two-engine plane crashed in the Yorba Linda area in California's Orange County, setting a house on fire.

It's been reported that a small plane came apart in the air, dropping parts throughout a neighbourhood in southern California.

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.

Ambulances stand on place as the smoke rises from a house on fire by the crash of a Cessna 414A in a residential area in Yorba Linda, California.

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will investigate.

Only one structure was involved in the crash, fire authorities said.

Those killed in the home were two males and two females, Orange County officials said at a news conference.

Martino says two other people were taken to the hospital with moderate injuries.

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There's no information so far regarding why the plane crashed.

"A plane crashed in my neighborhood..."

It is unclear how many people were on board the plane at the time of the crash. "It shook our house".

Anaheim firefighters and deputies from the Orange County Sheriff's Department helped respond to the fires.

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Panicked neighbours rushed to the burning home, dousing burning debris on the street with water from garden hoses.

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