A single-engine plane crashed into a house in California, killing 2 people and dog

A single-engine plane crashed into a house in California, killing 2 people and dog

On Saturday evening, 2 people were killed in a plane crash in San Diego. At about 16:40 a single-engine Beech Bonanza B36 plane crashed into a house in the 6000 block of Chandler drive in the heart of Claremont.

On Board the six-seat aircraft means there were four persons: two of them died.

A single-engine plane crashed into a house in California, killing 2 people and dog

10 minutes before the tragedy, the plane rose into the air from the airport of Montgomery field, but soon he started to refuse the engine. After an unsuccessful attempt to return to the terminal, the pilot landed in an empty school yard. However, speeding the aircraft didn’t stop — he drove about 200 meters, smashing on its way the fences before he hit the wall of a house.

After the collision, an explosion occurred and the building caught fire. The fire died inside dog. The owners at this moment was not home, so none of them got hurt.

Thank you @sdfd for your quick response to plane crash / house fire in #Clairemont. #sandiego pic.twitter.com/mAFxaWmKs8

— Central Commander 📱 (@DeniseScatena) December 10, 2017

Arrived on the scene rescuers brought the two surviving crew members to the hospital — one of them was the pilot.

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