At least two others were hospitalized.
At least two people were killed and two others were hospitalized when a small plane crashed in a neighborhood in Santee, California, near San Diego, on Monday, officials said.
Part of the plane struck the back of a home, city fire officials said. The crash impacted at least two houses, a delivery truck and a fire hydrant, city officials said.
The FAA said the twin engine Cessna C340 crashed at 12:14 p.m. local time. It’s not yet clear how many people were on board.
There are at least two burn victims who are believed to be from a home, Santee Fire Chief John Garlow said.
Multiple structures and multiple cars were on fire. The blaze has since been extinguished, officials said.
Residents have been urged to avoid the area.
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