US Multiple Houses on Fire After Plane Crashes in NJ

18:21  29 october  2019
18:21  29 october  2019 Source:   nbcnewyork.com

RDU Airport: Radar contact lost with small plane

  RDU Airport: Radar contact lost with small plane The Raleigh-Durham International Airport says a small plane approaching that airport was lost on radar and the airport was briefly closed while fire and rescue units responded. The airport says in a brief statement on its website that Federal Aviation Administration air traffic control notified the airport that the plane was lost on radar about 7:25 p.m. Sunday near a park in the vicinity of the airport. The statement says airport firefighting units immediately were immediately dispatched to the general area, closing the airport for a brief time.The airport statement says only that the plane was a small general aviation aircraft, and didn't say who was aboard.

Upon Arrival Companies Had 2 Buildings Well Involved With Fire And Multiple Car Fires . Mutual Aid From Across South bergen County Was Dispatched As Companies Did An Incredible Job Containing The Fire . House on Fire - Продолжительность: 3:45 PLMR 2 673 927 просмотров.

The crash happened in an industrial area about a 1/4 mile from the airport.

Two houses are on fire in Colonia, New Jersey, after a plane crash, according to the Colonia Fire Department.

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A Cessna 414 crashed into a home on Berkley Avenue  at 11 a.m., according to the FAA. The FAA is enroute to the scene to begin the investigation.

The number of people aboard and their conditions are unknown.

The area is a heavy residential area with tree-lined streets.

News 4's Dennis Protsko, who is part of the Chopper team, lives just a block away from the scene heard the noise of the impact.

Although he did not see the aircraft, he does see at least one house fully engulfed in flames.

Plane crash sets 2 houses on fire: 'Everything was just a massive blaze'

  Plane crash sets 2 houses on fire: 'Everything was just a massive blaze' A plane crashed into a home in New Jersey Tuesday morning, engulfing two homes in flames, local fire officials said. © Michael Yonone/Facebook A plane crashed into a home in Colonia, New Jersey, Oct. 29, 2019. The crash was in Colonia, about 22 miles outside of New York City. Video from the scene shows massive flames and plumes of smoke rising into the air. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

Footage shows a number of homes on fire as a man tries to extinguish flaming wreckage with a garden hose and debris is scattered in the front garden of a home where it also smashed into a living room Multiple casualties are feared after a plane crashed into houses

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"Very heavy flames and very heavy black smoke coming up from the fire," he describes, adding that the heavy smoke and flames are dying down.

There is mutual aid response on the scene from surrounding towns and townships, according to Protsko.

At the time of the crash, Linden Airport -- the closest observation site to the incident -- reported a visibility of two miles, calm winds, mist and a ceiling of 700 feet.

The visibility dropped from 10 miles to two miles between 10:55 a.m. and 11:15 a.m., according to data.

This is a developing story.

One person dead as small plane crashes into house outside of Los Angeles .
The craft came down on a single-story home in Upland, California.The single-engine Cirrus SR22 came down in the bedroom community of Upland, which is about 40 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, San Bernardino County firefighters said.

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