2 people have died in a plane clash in Los Angeles on Friday, September 11, after the single-engine airplane crashed into a parking lot between two buildings
The single-engine airplane crashed into a parking lot between two buildings at 7011 Hayvenhurst Avenue, Van Nuys, California.
Department spokesman Capt. Erik Scott said he arrived on scene to see the white, single-engine plane still on fire with pieces of burnt, twisted metal forming a pile of rubble and other broken off pieces nearby.
The impact of the collision started a fire in the parking lot.
Emergency Medical Services, EMS, arrived at the scene shortly after the crash and the area was cordoned off.
Firefighters pulled hose lines and extinguished the burning wreckage.
Two people found inside the rubble were declared dead. They were not immediately identified. There was no damage to nearby structures, but three vehicles sustained minor damage.
Witnesses said they saw the plane fly straight down into the parking lot, missing nearby buildings.
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