UPPER DEERFIELD TWP., New Jersey (WPVI) — A pilot and a passenger are useless after a small airplane crashed in Cumberland County, New Jersey on Monday.
The crash was reported at about 2:15 p.m. on Parvin Mill Street in Higher Deerfield Twp. The airport is on the identical highway, officers mentioned.
The view from Chopper 6 confirmed a closely broken yellow single-engine Champion Aeronca 7AC at relaxation in a yard.
A white sheet was overlaying the entrance of the airplane.
“The airplane truly landed in entrance of a residence within the yard, however fortuitously nobody else was injured,” mentioned Sergeant Alejandro Goez, with New Jersey State Police.
Investigators have eliminated the airplane and can now attempt to determine what went fallacious
“What led as much as the crash, and so far as the flight plan and the place they have been headed,” Goez mentioned.
The names of the individuals who have been killed haven’t been launched.
The NTSB, FAA and state police are investigating the crash.
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