Small plane crashed into a Connecticut home
East Haven, CT — A small plane crashed into a home in East Haven, Connecticut, Friday.
FAA officials say the multi-engine propeller-driven aircraft flew out of New Jersey's Teterboro Airport and crashed as it approached the tweed new haven regional airport.
At least two homes caught on fire.
East Haven's Mayor, Joseph Maturo, says one person was on the plane and two children ages 13 and one were in the home that suffered the most damaged.
All three are missing and nobody has yet to be recovered.
Officials at the regional airport say they didn't receive any distress calls from the airplane.