Plane crashes into couple's home while they're watching TV
A couple were happily watching TV in their living room on Saturday night - when a plane crashed right into their home.
The incident occurred in Gilbert, Arizona, and the crash caused a fire to break out in the house.
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The Gilbert Fire and Rescue service posted a number of pictures of the scene to Twitter, and revealed that the homeowners escaped unharmed.
Single engine plane crashed into home. Firefighters fighting the fire and searching for victims. 400 block E Baylor pic.twitter.com/nbQAlkcBR9— Gilbert Fire Rescue (@GilbertFireDept) September 18, 2016
Plane crash update: Fire under control, working on hot spots. pic.twitter.com/MoQ13XGO7g— Gilbert Fire Rescue (@GilbertFireDept) September 18, 2016
Plane crash update: Homeowners are safe, pilot jumped from plane with parachute, found and transported with burns pic.twitter.com/GfjG7UpAoH— Gilbert Fire Rescue (@GilbertFireDept) September 18, 2016
Fox13 News reports that the single engine plane was carrying skydivers to an annual fair, and crashed at around 7.30pm after a fire broke out midair.
They all managed to vacate the plane, and the pilot also parachuted from the aircraft before it crashed.
He was taken to hospital for treatment for burns.
According to Mashable, the fire service captain said it was ""nothing short of a miracle" that the couple watching TV were unharmed.