South Bend, IN (ABC/WSYR-TV) – Sunday, a private jet hit at least three homes near the South Bend Regional Airport in Indiana.
FAA spokesman Roland Herwig confirmed of the four people on the jet, two were killed and two were injured.
South Bend Assistant Fire Chief John Corthier said late Sunday at least three people were taken to the hospital with injuries that are not life-threatening. Two are in fair condition and one is serious condition.
Corthier said officials believe everyone connected with the damaged homes had been accounted for and there were no known missing people.
The jet was a Beechcraft Premier 1 out of the Richard Lloyd Jones Jr. Airport in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The crash happened around 4:30 p.m.
On approach the pilot reported a problem with electrical power, according to the FAA.
Although authorities believe everyone was accounted for, Corthier said firefighters still want to search the heavily damaged home where the plane rests.