Plane Crashes into Connecticut Homes, Two Kids Feared Dead

The bodies of two of the three people, two children and a pilot who were missing, have been recovered after a small plane flying from Teterboro, New Jersey, to the Tweed-New Haven Airport in Connecticut crashed into two homes in East Haven.

According to WTNH, the plane was in communication with air traffic control and did not make a distress call before the plane went down.

One of the homes, which first responders say is totally demolished, is currently believed to contain two children, a 13-year-old and a 1-year-old.

The plane, which is described as a Turbo Commander 690B, hit 64 and 68 Charter Oak Avenue and set a car on fire when it crashed. The pilot is also currently unaccounted for.

Tweed airport is currently closed and the National Transportation Safety Board is currently and are taking over the investigation.

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