Five people were killed when a twin-engine aircraft crashed near the South Coast Plaza shopping center in Costa Mesa today.
Fire authorities were called about the crash around 12:30 p.m. local time.
The twin-engine Cessna plane crashed in Santa Ana, and had been bound to John Wayne Airport in Orange County, said Capt.
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The plane was headed to John Wayne Airport, according to the Los Angeles Times, which also reported the plane hit a vehicle but did not injure anyone on the ground. The parking lot is shared by Staples, a CVS drug store, a Michaels' decorations store, and a Wells Fargo Bank branch.
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"It was so heartbreaking just seeing the plane crumbled into pieces", one witness told The Los Angeles Times.
"I don't know anything about what this pilot did or what he was thinking, but it could have been much more tragic", Bommarito said. Authorities have no other information about the flight at this time, Bommarito said.
FAA records show that the plane was registered to a company based in San Francisco and had flown from the nearby suburb of Concord, according to The Orange County Register.
The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the cause of the crash, Salac said.