After noticing the wreckage of the plane on the side of the road, a passerby named 911.
A small plane crashed in Gainesville, Georgia on Friday afternoon, killing three people.
Keith Smith, director of the Gainesville Fire Department, told reporters that the fire brigade responded to a 91
The Hall County Sheriff’s Office said the victims were identified as Dan Delnors, 44, of Gainesville, Courtney Flanders, 45, of Gainesville, and 39, of Ohio. Matthew Delnors.
The corpses have been transported to the Georgia Crime Investigation Laboratory for autopsy.
According to reports, the plane crashed while flying to the woodland near several houses in Gainesville and flew to Daytona Beach, Florida.
The Gainesville Police Department wrote on Facebook Friday night: “Memorial Park Road was closed on Cross Street because of a plane crash. Please use another route.”
Smith said the Federal Aviation Administration will investigate the cause of the accident.
He added that no one was injured on the ground, but there was some property damage.
He said that part of the plane’s wing was found in a bedroom in a mobile home in the area. When the plane crashed, the family who owned the house was eating dinner in another room. The residents were not injured.
In addition, according to WSB-TV affiliated to the American Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), four adults and one child were evacuated from nearby homes after the fuel fell in the area.
Smith said officers are working to retrieve the body from the plane, adding that the sheriff’s office will be responsible for the investigation.