Small plane crashes near homes in Perkasie
BERKASI, Pennsylvania – One person died after a plane crashed in a Pennsylvania neighborhood Thursday, according to local media reports.
A video clip showed the wreckage of the small plane igniting after it fell yards from homes around 4.45 pm local time.
At Least One Killed In Fiery Small plane crashes near homes in Perkasie
Officials are investigating a fatal small plane crash in Berkasy, Bucks County, Thursday night.
Police say at least one person was killed.
The plane went down around 5 p.m.
in the Penridge Central Middle School district off the Victoria and Brittany lanes.
We were told that the plane collided with an unmanned vehicle and then caught fire near Victoria and Brittany Linz in a residential neighbourhood.
One person was reportedly killed in the plane crash in Berkasy, a town in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
The fire was extinguished, with charred pieces of the aircraft left on the road with a blue hood covering the cockpit.
Helicopter footage showed firefighters surrounding the wreckage as the sun set.
Penridge Airport is located just north of the crash site.
It is still unclear how many people were on board and what caused the accident.
The Sun has contacted local authorities to obtain more information about the crash.