2 people killed in light plane crash north of Denver
BROOMFIELD, Colorado – Two people were killed in a light plane crash in a neighborhood north of Denver.
KMGH-TV reports that the single-engine Piper PA32 crashed just before noon on Sunday in the Anthem Ranch neighborhood of Broomfield. According to police, no one was injured on the ground and no houses were damaged North Metro Fire Rescue District.
Sara Farris, a spokeswoman for North Metro Fire, said it was “pretty wonderful” that the plane didn’t hit any houses. About 20 miles (32 kilometers) north of Denver, the neighborhood features dense subdivisions surrounded by large open spaces.
The plane took off from Erie Municipal Airport north of the crash site. Where it went is unclear.
Sunday’s fatal accident was the second in the city this month. A single-engine plane crash on May 11 killed one person.
“It’s difficult for us as first responders and those of us in the community and local residents to see this,” Farris said.
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