California officials reported “multiple burn victims” after a plane crashed near a high school in a San Diego County suburb on October 11.
Video shared to Twitter by Ryan Graves shows smoke billowing from the site of the crash in Santee. Graves said he was sitting at home working when he heard a loud bang and a crash. He assumed it was an earthquake before hearing a “steady stream of sirens” within minutes.
Officials said the plane crashed into a UPS truck east of Santana High School at the intersection of Greencastle Sreet and Jeremy Street, causing a fire and small explosions. Two homes were impacted, officials said.
Santana High School said that all students were “secure" after the plane crashed “two or three blocks away.”
This is a developing story. Credit: Ryan Graves via Storyful