Smoke billowed from the crash site a few clocks away from Santana High School in the San Diego, California area (Picture: ABC10)
A plane crashed a few blocks from a high school in the San Diego, California area, and two people were reportedly hospitalized.
The first reports of the aircraft crash were at 12.15pm local time on Monday, according to scanner traffic.
The Santee Fire Department said crews transported the patients from the crash scene near the 9900 block of North Magnolia Avenue, according to FOX 5. The injured people were evacuated by Jeremy and Greencastle Street in Santee, California.
Images shared on social media showed plumes of smoke billowing into the air near Santana High School, which is about 20 miles northeast of San Diego.
Santa High School in the midafternoon tweeted: ‘All Students are Secure. There was a plane crash 2 or 3 blocks away. We are currently in a “Secure Campus.”‘
Fire engines were seen dousing two homes appeared to be significantly damaged from the crash, SkyFOX footage showed.
Smoke billowed from a plane crash near Santana High School in Santee, California (Picture: @rgraves22)
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