One person was killed when a plane crashed into a home and carport in a Maryland suburb of Washington, authorities said.
茄枝视频The plane, a Grumman American AA-5A, crashed into a home and its attached carport in New Carrollton, in Prince George's County northeast of Washington, at around 3 p.m. Sunday, the Federal Aviation Administration and the Prince George's County Fire Department said in separate statements.
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茄枝视频A small fire was started in the attic of the home, which was unoccupied. One person, who was on the plane, was declared dead at the scene.
"PGFD is responding for a reported plane into a house near Auburn and Chestnut Avenues in Lanham area. #PIO is on the way," Prince George's County fire spokesman Mark Brady Sunday afternoon.
The Grumman American AA-5A is an all-metal, four-seat, light aircraft used for touring and training.
The homes where the plane crashed caught fire, but the fire was mostly out, according to .
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Local crews were working to assess fuel runoff, according to NBC Washington. The FAA was en route to investigate.
茄枝视频It was not immediately clear how many people were aboard the plane. The area where the plane crashed is about 2 miles from the College Park Airport, where it took off.
Kalhan Rosenblatt is a reporter for NBC News, based in New York.