Northglenn : Plane Crashes Into House
Northglenn : Plane Crashes Into House

Northglenn : Plane Crashes Into House

NORTHGLENN, Colo. – A small plane crashed into a home north of Denver, Colorado Monday afternoon, causing the house to catch fire.

The crash was reported just before 4 p.m.

The pilot was able to drop out of the cockpit and call 911. He was being treated at the scene.

No one was home at the time of the crash, an official said, but there were some pets inside.

People who live in the neighborhood say there were two miracles from the crash. One was that no one was home when the crash happened. The other was that Veatch managed to walk away without even requiring a trip to the hospital.

The plane was carrying an advertising banner for Geico, firefighters said.

Witnesses said the plane was flying low to the ground. The witnesses said the plane appeared to be struggling to stay in the air.

The crash started a fire, but firefighters were able to put it out quickly and prevent any more damage to the home.

Veatch spent several hours with authorities talking to them about what happened. He’s a veteran pilot who lives in the north metro Denver area. He also works as a firefighter.


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