Search under way after plane crashes into house

A propeller and debris in the driveway of a home

JOSHUA NELSON TWITTERA propeller and debris in the driveway of a home

A small plane crashed into a home in California on Sunday, killing the pilot and four others, and the sound of the aircraft coming down was captured on a local resident's security camera.

The twin-engine plane came apart and caught fire mid-flight, according to witnesses, before crashing in Yorba Linda, a suburb of LA.

Two other people were hospitalized with moderate burns, he added. The county fire authority tweeted images of a heavily damaged home in a residential neighborhood.

The second engine dislodged and fell onto the street, creating a large hole in the asphalt, according to Eliott Simpson, an aviation accident investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board. "It shook the house". A firefighter was also treated for a minor injury.

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Authorities planned to use DNA evidence to identify the two males and two females who died after the bulk of the wreckage hit a house they were in and the structure burst into flames.

"I come out (and) it's raining plane parts from the sky", he continued.

Clint Langford, another neighbor, recalled hearing a low rumbling sound right before the crash.

Elfver, 75, said he ran to his backyard and saw a house engulfed in flames. "The plane didn't hit and scatter. It was scary", he said. He said that, based on video he'd seen and the debris field, the plane appeared to have broken up in the air.

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Panicked neighbours rushed to the burning home, dousing burning debris on the street with water from garden hoses. "And then all of a sudden boom".

Firefighters respond to the scene of a plane crash at a home in Yorba Linda, Calif., Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019.

The National Transportation and Safety Board will investigate the cause of the crash.

The pilot was the Cessna 414A's only occupant, and a source told the Los Angeles Times the man had flown frequently out of the Fullerton Municipal Airport.

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Lori Stockstill said she knew something was awry before the twin-engine plane nosedived into her usually peaceful neighborhood.

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