Aftermath Of The Plane That Just Crashed Into A House In San Diego

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Unavoidable.

On Sunday, December 9th, 2017, a single-engine plane crashed into a house in a residential area of San Diego. After two days, it came to light that there were four people aboard the plane, two of whom died in the crash. The pilot and one of his passengers was seen by rescue crews walking away from the fire with severe burns and were sent to the hospital.

According to various news sources, the Beech Bonanza left the Montgomery Field airstrip but suffered catastrophic engine failure soon after takeoff. Picking out a nearby field by a school, the pilot managed to land the plane into that empty space but skidded into a house.

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The structure is typically occupied by a husband and wife who just had a baby, according to a neighbor, but luckily they were not home.

The FAA is filing an official investigation into the crash. More details to follow.

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