A family was on board the modest plane that killed three people immediately after it crashed into a Southern California house Monday, according to authorities.
The Cessna 310 was carrying five folks -- 1 adult male, three adult females and a single teenage girl -- and was headed to San Jose from Riverside when it crashed into a home there, said Riverside Fire Department Captain Tyler Reynolds. It is unclear who out of the 5 passengers had been loved ones members.
The two survivors were adult females who had been ejected from the plane, Reynolds said.
The plane hit the suitable corner of a property, and victims had been ejected from the aircraft and landed inside the house, Reynolds stated. Firefighters originally believed the ejected victims lived in the home the plane crashed into.
One of the surviving females was discovered in the bedroom of a property and was pulled to security. She suffered third-degree burns to 90 percent of her body and is currently in vital situation and recovering at a burn center, Reynolds stated.
The second survivor was discovered in the front lawn of a property and was pulled to security by residents and firefighters, Reynolds mentioned. She suffered airway burns and is also in critical condition.
Sixty firefighters responded to the scene, with some employing thermal imaging cameras to search for the victims.
It is unclear who was piloting the plane. No 1 on the ground was hurt, but one particular particular person did straight away vacate one particular of the residences soon after the crash, Reynolds stated. Four homes were damaged, and 14 people today have been displaced.
The Riverside Municipal Airport is just a mile away from the crash internet site. The airport has 105,00 flight operations each year.
The Federal Aviation Administration stated on Monday that the plane crashed under unknown circumstances. The individuals on board have been coming from a cheer conference at Disneyland, stated Riverside Fire Chief Michael Moore.
Shannon Flores, a teacher at a nearby college, told ABC's Los Angeles station KABC that she and her students saw the plane from the constructing.
"It was just flying really, pretty low," she mentioned. "We knew it should not have been flying that low and that it was certainly going down."
In Massachusetts, a single passenger plane landed on the roof of an apartment developing in Methuen on Tuesday afternoon, according to authorities.
ABC News' Kayna Whitworth, Gregory Croft, Kelly Terez and Karma Allen contributed to this report.
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