The victims of the Sacramento County plane crash are expected to recover from their injuries, officials say

The four people hospitalized after a plane crash in the Wilton area of ​​Sacramento County are expected to make a full recovery, officials said. The plane crashed in front of a property near Alta Mesa and Blake Streets, the Metro Sacramento Fire Department said. As a result, a small vegetation fire started, which has since been extinguished. The four people on board were sent to UC Davis Medical Center in critical condition, Sacramento Metro Fire’s Captain Parker Wilbourn said. At around 9:40 p.m., KCRA 3 was notified by the fire department that they will be recovering from their injuries. Steven Scharf, a bystander who spoke to KCRA 3, said he heard a big noise in the sky and looked over at the plane crashing into the front yard of a house before it went up in flames. The witness said he grabbed a fire extinguisher, ran across the street and helped the four people – a pregnant woman, two men and a 13 year old boy – off the plane I went to hose him down and he was fine, but I just took everyone away, “said Scharf. Moments after he had brought everyone to a safe distance, the plane broke out in a ball of fire.” The neighborhood looked as if they had come together at that moment, that tragic moment, to To facilitate some of these rescues, “Wilbourn said. The pilot suffered a broken right leg and was transported to UC Davis Medical Center. LiveCopter 3 arrived when the medical helicopter left the crash site around 5:00 pm. The video received from KCRA 3 shows this Airplane taking off from the Alta Mesa Airpark runway around 4:15 p.m. and briefly airborne before dropping to the left and descending before crashing. LiveC opter 3 arrived when a medical helicopter left the scene of the accident around 5 p.m. The helicopter was heading for the UC Davis Medical Center. The Federal Aviation Administration said it has not yet identified the type of aircraft that crashed. This is a developing story. Stay with KCRA 3 for the latest.

The four people hospitalized after a plane crash in the Wilton area of ​​Sacramento County are expected to make a full recovery, officials said.

The plane crashed in front of a property near Alta Mesa and Blake Streets, the Metro Sacramento Fire Department said. As a result, there was a small vegetation fire, which has since been extinguished.

The four people on board were sent to UC Davis Medical Center in critical condition, Sacramento Metro Fire’s Captain Parker Wilbourn said. At around 9:40 p.m., KCRA 3 was informed by the fire department that they will be recovering from their injuries.

Steven Scharf, a bystander who spoke to KCRA 3, said he heard a big noise in the sky and looked over to notice the plane crashed into the front yard of a house before it went up in flames. The witness said he snatched a fire extinguisher, ran across the street and helped the four people – a pregnant woman, two men and a 13-year-old boy – off the plane.

“The Gentleman Flying came crawling out of the flames so I went to cum on him and he was fine, but I just took everyone away,” Scharf said.

Shortly after he got everyone to a safe distance, the plane exploded in a ball of fire.

“The neighborhood looked like they came together at that moment, that tragic moment, to facilitate some of these bailouts,” Wilbourn said.

The pilot suffered a broken right leg and was transported to UC Davis Medical Center. LiveCopter 3 arrived when the rescue helicopter left the scene of the accident around 5 p.m.

The video received from KCRA 3 shows the aircraft taking off from the Alta Mesa Airpark runway at around 4:15 p.m. and briefly airborne before dropping to the left and crashing before crashing.

LiveCopter 3 arrived when a medical helicopter left the scene of the accident around 5 p.m. The helicopter was heading for the UC Davis Medical Center.

The medical helicopter leaves the site of the Wilton plane crash, which left 4 seriously injured

The Federal Aviation Administration said it had not yet identified what type of aircraft it was.

This is a developing story. Stay with KCRA 3 for the latest.

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