Plane Carrying 4 On Board Crashes In Ventura County

CAMARILLO (AP) —  Authorities say a small plane carrying four people has crashed into a storage facility in Ventura County.

Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Allen Kenitzer says the Beechcraft Bonanza caught fire after going down Saturday afternoon in Camarillo. KNX 1070’s Bill Cooper reports

Three people on board the single-engine aircraft escaped with minor injuries. One person is hospitalized in serious condition.

Nobody on the ground was injured.

Fire department officials tell the Ventura County Star that several units at Wells Cargo Self Storage caught fire. The extent of the damage was not immediately known.

Kenitzer says the plane, which took off from Chino Airport, reportedly lost power during its approach to Camarillo Airport.

The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the cause of the crash.

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  • Abdul cos gharneh

    I hate Planes. I love Camels

  • drozone69

    Those chemtrails from Evergreen air are cuasing havoc to not only us and our environment.But to all aircraft as well.I have said this on the last 40 plane crashes in the lasr month.CIA is investigating me over these comments concerning Areal spraying by CIA operative operating out of Arizona,What has happened to our once blue sky’s?

  • Jake

    Did they just run out of gas???

  • chem monster

    i hope they all crash chemtrail tankers too!!!

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