June 28, 2015

Plane that left Pa. airport crashes into Massachusetts home

Three people aboard small aircraft, according to Federal Aviation Adminstration

A plane that took off from Lancaster Airport in Pennsylvania crashed into a house Sunday afternoon in Plainville, Massachusetts.

According to NBC 10, multiple fire departments responded after the small aircraft, a Beechcraft BE36, went down around 4:45 p.m. on Bridle Path.

A neighbor of the homeowner posted a photo of the wreckage on Twitter.

Three people were on board the aircraft headed for Norwood Memorial Airport, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. Officials reported that there were no apparent survivors on board, however the family of four inside the home safely escaped. 


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