Santa Ana plane crash: Five useless as airplane hits automobile park

An investigator looks over the wreckage of a small plane that crashed into a strip mall parking lot in Santa Ana Symbol copyright EPA Symbol caption There Have Been no survivors on board the Cessna 414 airplane

Five other people have died after their small airplane crashed into a shopping centre car park in Santa Ana, California.

The twin-engine Cessna airplane was certain for John Wayne Airport when it crashed a mile (1.6km) away on Sunday.

There Have Been no survivors at the airplane and no-one injured on the ground, Orange County fire authorities said.

The pilot had declared an emergency ahead of the incident, and nationwide transportation government are now investigating the reason behind the crash.

Image copyright EPA Symbol caption No-one was once injured at the flooring whilst the plane crashed a mile from its destination

Fire government had been called at 12:28 local time (19:28 GMT) after the small plane hit a parked red car, while its proprietor used to be in a shop.

Bystanders told reporters they noticed the plane falling nose-first.

“It was once so heartbreaking simply seeing the aircraft crumbled into items,” one witness advised The La Times.

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