Small aircraft with three on board crashes in the front yard of a house in Valley Stream, Long Island

Small aircraft with three on board crashes in the front yard of a house in Valley Stream, Long Island

  • A Cessna 172 aircraft with two passengers and a pilot crashed on Long Island
  • The plane went down into the front yard of a house on 113 Clarendon Drive
  • The only injury in the crash was a sprained finger on a Korean passenger
  • The crash site is two miles northeast of John F. Kennedy International Airport
  • The plane had left the Niagara Falls in Canada and tried to land for the first time at Republic Airport in Farmingdale before being sent to JFK
  • The FAA has said it will investigate the circumstances surrounding the crash

A small plane with two passengers and a pilot on board crashed into the front yard of a house in Long Island on Sunday.

The crash occurred around 10.15 am in the suburbs of New York City.

The plane had left the Niagara Falls in Canada and attempted to land for the first time at Republic Airport in Farmingdale before being diverted to JFK, ABC News reported.

The Nassau County Police Department told DailyMail.com that all three people aboard the aircraft were unharmed.

A small plane with two passengers and a pilot on board crashed into the front yard of a house in Long Island on Sunday

A small plane with two passengers and a pilot on board crashed into the front yard of a house in Long Island on Sunday

Officials said the passengers visited the area from Korea and tried to land at the airport of the Republic, but missed the runway four times.

The aircraft was then advised to attempt to land at John F. Kennedy International Airport in Queens, but missed the runway there twice and ran out of fuel when it landed on the roof of a church on Clarendon Road.

Then the plane descended into the residential area and became entangled in high-voltage lines.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has released the following statement regarding the crash:

& # 39; A Cessna 172 aircraft crashed on a number of power lines in a residential area, about two miles northeast of John F. Kennedy International Airport at Valley Stream, New York at 10.19 am.

& # 39; Three people were on board. & # 39;

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said it was a Cessna 172 aircraft that crashed

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said it was a Cessna 172 aircraft that crashed

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said it was a Cessna 172 aircraft that crashed

The only injury a person had on board was a sprained finger as the plane flew down into Valley Stream, Long Island

The only injury a person had on board was a sprained finger as the plane flew down into Valley Stream, Long Island

The only injury a person had on board was a sprained finger as the plane flew down into Valley Stream, Long Island

The FAA has said it will investigate the circumstances surrounding the crash

The FAA has said it will investigate the circumstances surrounding the crash

The FAA has said it will investigate the circumstances surrounding the crash

When the aircraft came down, the landing gear, wings and body of the aircraft were all caught in power lines.

Despite the plane's landing so close to a house, no damage was done to the house.

There were also no injuries to anyone on the ground.

When the aircraft came down, the landing gear, wings and body of the aircraft were all caught in power lines

When the aircraft came down, the landing gear, wings and body of the aircraft were all caught in power lines

When the aircraft came down, the landing gear, wings and body of the aircraft were all caught in power lines

The plane had left the Niagara Falls in Canada and tried to land for the first time at Republic Airport in Farmingdale before being sent to JFK

The plane had left the Niagara Falls in Canada and tried to land for the first time at Republic Airport in Farmingdale before being sent to JFK

The plane had left the Niagara Falls in Canada and tried to land for the first time at Republic Airport in Farmingdale before being sent to JFK

It is currently unknown where the plane left or where it went.

The FAA has said it will investigate the circumstances surrounding the crash.

The plane went down into the front yard of a home on 113 Clarendon Drive in Valley Stream.

There were no injuries to anyone on the floor and no damage was done to the house

There were no injuries to anyone on the floor and no damage was done to the house

There were no injuries to anyone on the floor and no damage was done to the house

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