That is much less than a mile from the close by Hamilton-Owens Airport.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — A modest aircraft has crashed into a house in Columbia’s Rosewood neighborhood, but it can be unclear what is turn into of the particular person on board at this time.
Columbia police confirm the aircraft went down Wednesday early morning into a home in an place off Kennedy Road and Prentice Avenue. That is much less than a mile from the nearby Hamilton-Owens Airport.
Firefighters say they first received the get in touch with at 10:34 a.m. and were at the scene 5 minutes later. When they arrived they observed a tiny hearth at a home there which they promptly extinguished.
There is no phrase yet on the fate of the pilot but Information19 has observed a vehicle from the coroner’s business at the scene. When asked by reporters at the scene about what might have occurred, Richland County Coroner Naida Rutherford would only say that portion of the situation was less than investigation.
One individual was property at the time but that lady was capable to escape devoid of critical injuries.
Columbia Fireplace Chief Aubrey Jenkins mentioned it appeared the airplane strike some trees, skidded across the roof producing harm, and then went into the property. Jenkins did not know what sort of plane it was, but claimed it was “modest” and that it was “fairly mangled up.”
Columbia Law enforcement Chief Skip Holbrook was requested if the airplane that went down could have been one scheduled to get there from Greenville, but though was knowledgeable fo that report, he could not validate the place the airplane originated from.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has been notified we are advised, and will be sending an investigative group.
The 2900 block of Kennedy and South Maple Streets is closed as the plane crash investigation proceeds.
This is a breaking news update. Extra information will come soon.