Palo Alto Plane Crash |

February 17, 2010 by Post Team 

Palo Alto Plane CrashPalo Alto Plane Crash | has been a plane crash in East Palo Alto, California. According to reports, a plane hit a high tension power tower around 8:00 a.m. Three people have been reported as dead as a result of the crash.

The plane hit the tower apparently because it ran into a thick fog over a neighborhood in East Palo Alto. After it hit the tower, the wing of the plane hit a home that is used as a day care center. One child was in the house but was not injured.

The plane landed in the middle of the streets and exploded into flames. Several cars set on fire after the explosion. Three bodies were found in the wreckage of the plane.

The plane was owned by Doug Bourn. It is not known if he was on board when it crashed.

There have been major power outages in the area as officials and electricians look to fix the problem. Citizens were asked to conserve water in the mean time.

Officials have yet to release word if anyone on the streets has been hurt. (c) tPC

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