The residential area in the Southern California, around 35 miles southeast of Downtown L.A. witnessed a plane crash on Sunday that left five people dead and two people with burn injuries that were transferred to a local hospital. The twin-engine aircraft, Cessna 414 A started from Fullerton Municipal Airport and crashed into a home in Yorba Linda creating panic among the residents shortly after the crash. The plane crashed almost 30 minutes after its take off at around 1:30 P.M.
The plane crashed mid-air and landed onto the roof of a two-story home which caught fire and killed four of its occupants that included two males and two females along with the pilot of the plane. The male pilot was the only person in the plane. According to the photos and the videos of the accident that were posted online, the fire from the explosion resulted in smoke along with the scattered remains of the wreckage around the area.
As stated by the residents of Yorba Linda, the suburban city in Orange County, they heard a low rumbling sound that ended up into an explosion and shook some of their homes. It further drove the scared people out on the street.
The verification of the people killed in the accident could not be ascertained at the time of the incident. Among the team of firefighters, one was treated for minor injuries. No other injuries have been reported so far.