AN aircraft crashed behind a house in California, leaving one adult and two children trapped.
The home in the Bostonia neighborhood near San Diego was not directly impacted by the crash, but fire and hazmat crews are at the scene to assess the situation.
The crash was reported around 7:15pm in pepper Drive and Second Street in the El Cajon area.
There have been reports of a fire but deputies have yet to find it.
Several power lines were downed in the area, according to the San Diego Sheriff’s Department, leaving 2,500 customers without power.
The communities of Lakeside, Bostonia and Granite Hills were experiencing an outage.
It's unknown how many people were in the aircraft or what their current status is.
Footage of the scene posted online showed debris o the streets as first responders arrived.
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