One person dead as small plane crashes into house outside of Los Angeles

One person dead as small plane crashes into house outside of Los Angeles

(*)(**)A small plane crashed into a (***)house in Southern California (****)on Thursday, killing the pilot(*****),(******) officials said.(*******)(**)The single-engine Cirrus SR(**********************************************) came down in the bedroom community of Upland, which is about (*******************************************) miles east of downtown Los Angeles,(********) San Bernardino County firefighters said(****).(*******)(*********)(**********)(***********)(************)(*************)Firefighters respond to small plane that crashed into a house in Upland, Calif., on Nov. 7 (***************************************).(**************)(*************)NBC 4(**************)(***************)(****************)(*****************)(**)Let our news meet your inbox. The news and stories that matters, delivered weekday mornings.(*******)(***********)(**)The pilot, who was the only person on board, was killed, fire spokesman Chris Saucerman told NBC News.(*******)(**)Firefighters rushed to the scene near (************************************************)th Street and Mountain Avenue at about (**************************************************) a.m. PT. First responders reported that “all occupants of the home are accounted for,”(********) firefighters said.(****)(*******)(******************)(*******************)(**)A father and child were inside the house when the plane came down but made it out safely, police said.(*******)(**)The plane came down just beyond the parking lot of Foothill Bible Church, jarring the whole neighborhood, according to congregation pastor Micah Lugg.(*******)(*********)(**********)(***********)(************)(*************)A parachute is deployed at the scene of a plane crash in Upland, Calif., on Nov. 7 (***************************************)(**************)(*************)NBC 4(**************)(***************)(****************)(**)”We heard it, a loud boom,” Lugg said. “It took out us out of our offices and we saw the plumes of smoke. You knew it was disastrous by the size of the wreckage.”(*******)(**)A parachute could be seen draping over nearby trees. (********************)And by (*************************************************): (***********************************************) p.m.(****),the fire at the house had been declared under control.(*******)(***********)(*)(*)(**)(*********************)(**********************)(***********************)(************************)(*************************)(**************)(*************)David K. Li(**************)(**************************)(***************************)(*************)(**************)(****)(**************)(*******)(**)David K. Li is a breaking news reporter for NBC News.(*******)(***********)(*)(**)Associated Press(*******) (**)contributed.(*******)(***********)(***********)(****************************)(*****************************)Read More(****)

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