Four people and three horses suffered fatal personal injuries when a small plane crashed in a horse corral in northern Los Angeles County.
According to County fire Inspector Matt Levesque, the plane crashed behind a barn and caught fire shortly after 12 p.m. pacific time on October 21 in Agua Dulce, which is approximately 30 miles north of Los Angeles.
Levesque said that the four occupants of the plane were killed in the crash and three horses in the corral were killed and one was injured.
The flames were quickly extinguished. The crash’s cause remains under investigation.
There is an airport a short distance from the crash site, but Levesque said it wasn’t immediately clear if that was the plane’s departure point.