Four people died when a business airplane crashed in San Diego, Monday night. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, firefighters couldn’t find any survivors in the wreckage of the airplane crash.
The crash exactly happened in El Caja city, which is about 17 miles east of downtown San Diego, at around 7.00 pm on Monday night.
“When firefighters arrived at the scene there was significant rain occurring and there was a large debris field that stretched about 200 feet,”. Lakeside Fire Protection District Chief Don Butz said.
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San Diego Sheriff’s Department (SDSD) said in a statement that the Learjet 35 took off from John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana and had been aiming for Gillespie Field in El Cajon.
The reason for the crash is still unclear. However, as soon as the victims’ families are notified, the medical examiner will investigate and identify the bodies.
🚨#BREAKING: New video has just came out showing the plane crashing into San Diego neighborhood
A plane has crashed in a San Diego Neighborhood so far multiple homes are with out power and injuries or deaths are currently unknown. This is still developing pic.twitter.com/fuKfbEVFJn
— R A W S A L E R T S (@rawsalerts) December 28, 2021
One home was damaged in the incident, with power lines knocked down, on dozens of homes. Fortunately, no one hurt down on the ground,
A home’s Google Nest camera captured the moments before the plane fell from the sky and plummeted to the ground.