A small plane or helicopter has crashed in a Yorba Linda, California neighborhood near the near Glenknoll Elementary School.
According to neighborhood residents, the plane landed on homes and sparked a huge fire in two houses.
“Get away from the house!” shouts could be heard, though it was unclear if it was first responders or neighbors.
Pieces of the plane could be seen in the streets, which neighbors doused with a fire hydrant and their garden hoses. Homes nearby could be seen with hoses stretched across the lawn from neighbors attempting to help.
See some of the photos and videos, including a live feed, below:
— 7 News Perth (@7NewsPerth) February 3, 2019
— Joshua Nelson (@JoshuaRNelson) February 3, 2019
@OCFA_PIO says crews are responding to a reported plane crash un #YorbaLinda neighborhood near Glenknoll elementary school. Christine Paulhus shared this photo with me. @NBCLA pic.twitter.com/BJxhSn9nSr
— Christine Kim (@ChristineNBCLA) February 3, 2019
Pretty sure we just saw a plane crash into a neighborhood in Yorba Linda pic.twitter.com/W6p6KPvvpt
— Tom Delonge's lip ring (@LipServX) February 3, 2019
— bbdd333 (@bbdd333) February 3, 2019
Small plane crash in Yorba Linda home – well involved structure fire. pic.twitter.com/Fp3EadxWHC
— JordanVillwock (@jdawg911) February 3, 2019
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