Reports of plane down in Yorba Linda, catching homes on fire

Reports of plane down in Yorba Linda, catching homes on fire

Reports of plane down in Yorba Linda, catching homes on fire

A plane crashed into a California home where football fans were gathered to watch Sunday's Super Bowl, killing five people.

In an interview with The Orange County Register, Tomminelli said he "heard a faint, 'help me, '" coming from inside the home after the crash.

Two individuals were transported to a nearby hospital with injuries, the fire authority said earlier today on Twitter.

"It felt like an natural disaster and then my husband said, 'No, it's a plane, '" said one neighbor in video posted on social media. Other photos show a nearby home damaged from debris with a propeller in its front yard. The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating, he said. Yorba Linda lies 35 miles southeast of Los Angeles.

"The whole house shook". Those individuals were hospitalized with burn injuries, and the firefighter was treated for minor injuries, CNN affiliate KTLA reported.

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

"The plane blew up in the sky", Jared Bocachica, a neighbor, said.

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Elfver, 75, said he ran to his backyard and saw a house engulfed in flames.

He said: "I was about two miles away and likely in the flight path of the plane".

A portion of the plane's right wing had not been found, and investigators would search the burned house, Smith said. Several neighbors are seen trying to put out the fire, while the plane wreckage was laid across the street. "It was scary", he said. "Then like it was slow motion, I saw a bigger piece falling in front of our home".

Debris was scattered over four blocks, Simpson said.

About 70 firefighters responded to the massive blaze, along with deputies from the Orange County Sheriff's Department.

The pilot was the Cessna 414A's only occupant, and a source told the Los Angeles Times the man had flown frequently out of the Fullerton Municipal Airport.

He didn't know whether the people killed were on board the plane or on the ground.

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