HERMANTOWN, Minn. — Three individuals onboard a small airplane had been killed when the plane crashed into a house in northern Minnesota late Saturday evening.
Simply earlier than 12 a.m. Sunday, a Cessna 172 airplane crashed into a house in Hermantown, close to Duluth.
The airplane hit the second flooring of the house and landed within the yard. All three individuals onboard — two males from Burnsville and a girl from St. Paul — had been killed.
The 2 individuals within the dwelling weren’t harm.
Police mentioned there are important energy outages related to the accident.
The Nationwide Transportation Security Board is investigating the crash.