At least two dead in California plane crash that torched homes

SANTEE, CALIFORNIA (AP) – A small plane crashed in a densely populated San Diego suburb on Monday, killing two people, including a United Parcel Service (UPS) driver and an Arizona physician, and leaving a trail of destruction that sent neighbours scrambling to save neighbours.

At least two others were injured. Neighbours described the dramatic rescue of a retired couple from one of two burning homes that were destroyed in Santee, a suburb of 50,000 people. Ten other homes were damaged.

More details on Wednesday’s Borneo Bulletin