The pilot of a small plane died Sunday in a crash in a neighborhood in Riverside, a fire officials said.
According to a report by KTLA in Los Angeles, the air traffic control tower at Riverside Municipal Airport received a distress call around 5 p.m.from a single-engine B35 Cessna.
The plane narrowly missed two houses and landed upside down. The plane caught fire, but it was quickly extinguished by the fire crews.
Nobody on the ground was hurt, Odebralski said. The identity of the pilot was not immediately announced.
“They were just sitting down to have dinner”, their son-in-law, Keith Burke, told the Press-Enterprise.
The home was undamaged but the backyard fence was destroyed. The pilot was the only person on board.
The aircraft hit the yard of a house near the southeast corner of Adams Street and San Vicente Avenue, snapping power lines during the crash.