Five die, two hospitalised when plane parts hit California house

YORBA LINDA, California (AP) – Five people died and two others were injured after a small plane apparently came apart, raining debris across a Southern California neighbourhood and igniting a house fire before landing in a backyard, authorities said on Sunday. The male pilot, who was the only person in the twin-engine plane, and four people in the Yorba Linda house that caught fire died on Sunday, Orange County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Cory Martino said at a news conference. He said the deceased occupants of the home were two males and two females. No other identifying information such as names or ages was immediately released. More details in Tuesday’s Borneo Bulletin