Authorities say multiple people were injured when a small airplane crashed in a suburban Salt Lake City neighborhood on Saturday
WEST JORDAN, Utah —
Multiple people were injured when a small airplane crashed in a Salt Lake City suburb on Saturday, authorities said.
According to the Federal Aviation Administration, a Piper PA-32 with six people on board had taken off from South Valley Regional Airport and crashed into a West Jordan backyard.
West Jordan Police told KSTU that one person was inside the home and was injured.
Authorities did not release any additional details about those on board or the injured person in the home.
The crash caused at least one home to catch on fire, and a total of three homes were damaged.
The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating.