5 dead after airplane crashes in California CVS parking lot


A light plane has crashed into a auto park in Southern California, killing five people.

All of the passengers on the plane were employees of Pacific Union International, a real estate company out of Danville, California. In what local authorities call a miracle, no one was hurt on the ground.

Pham, 20, and her boyfriend were walking in a parking lot Sunday when they saw a twin-engine Cessna crash, she told the Los Angeles Times.

The Cessna 414 Chancellor crashed in Santa Ana, approximately a mile from John Wayne Airport, in the parking lot of a shopping center, according to Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Arlene Salac.

"It was so heartbreaking just seeing the plane crumbled into pieces", she said.

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Associates and friends have identified all five victims as Pacific Union agents bound for a Tom Ferry real estate conference when the aircraft's pilot reported an in-flight emergency and went down.

Jesse Perez was eating lunch with a friend at Buffalo Wild Wings, which shares the parking lot, when he heard the crash.

Orange County Fire Capt. The doomed flight's horrifying nose-dive was captured by at least two vehicle's dashboard cameras.

"Bodies were hanging from out the side of the plane", witness Jesse Perez told the Orange County Register. "I couldn't believe what was happening".

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 pilot, Scott Shepherd, owned the consulting firm, Category III.